The last-place Chicago White Sox are surely glad to see one of the AL Central's best teams leave town.
They, however, haven't had much home success against the lowly Minnesota Twins of late, either.
The White Sox try to avoid a seventh consecutive loss in Monday night's series opener against the Twins.
Loser in 15 of 17, Chicago (58-91) is coming off a four-game sweep at the hands of second-place Cleveland. The White Sox, who have been outscored 42-7 during their six-game skid, saw their woes continue in Sunday's 7-1 defeat.
Chicago is now 33 games under .500 for the first time since finishing 64-97 in 1976.
"We come in every game trying to win it, and they outplayed us for four games," said first baseman Adam Dunn, who is 5 for his last 54. "You can take getting beat, but when they just flat out outplay, they pitch better and they hit better, they just outplay you."
Despite taking three of four at Minnesota from Aug. 15-18, Chicago has dropped 10 of 16 in the series, including five...