The Chicago White Sox have dominated the Chicago Cubs at home over the past four years.
Extending that run to five may not be a problem.
The White Sox, who used a major power display to sweep the Cubs last month, welcome the team with baseball's worst record to U.S. Cellular Field for Monday night's opener of a three-game set.
The Cubs (22-44) have dropped nine of their last 12 games on the South Side since 2009, and figure to be in for another challenge.
The White Sox (35-31) outhomered the Cubs 8-2 in sweeping three games at Wrigley Field from May 18-20, with Adam Dunn and Gordon Beckham each going deep twice.
Dunn entered that series hitless with 13 strikeouts in his previous 22 at-bats against the Cubs. Now, though, he has five homers and 12 RBIs over his last eight games, leads the majors with 23 home runs and also has a major league-best 15 RBIs in interleague play in 2012.
Beckham's .349 average against the Cubs is his best against any opponent he has faced in more than...