Chicago’s Dayan Viciedo [[ vee-see-AY-doh ]] had three hits and two RBI as the White Sox defeated the Twins 4-3 at U.S. Cellular Field. Alejandro De Aza added two hits and a pair of runs scored while Jose Quintana allowed one run on eight hits in six innings to improve to 8-and-6. Addison Reed picked up his 38th save. Brian Dozier led the Twins with three hits and two runs scored, while Trevor Plouffe drove in two runs for the Twins. Mike Pelfrey took the loss to fall to 5-and-13. Chicago has won two straight while Minnesota has lost two in-a-row.
White Sox Look For Third Straight Win
The White Sox will be in search of a three-game sweep of the Twins this afternoon in Chicago. The Sox send John Danks to the hill, while Minnesota will counter with Scott Diamond, who is 5-and-11 this season. First pitch is set for 1:10 p.m. Coverage begins at 12:40pm on 860 AM KNUJ.