Impressive offensive production, particularly from Alexei Ramirez, has spurred the Chicago White Sox's four-game winning streak over the Minnesota Twins.
Jose Quintana would surely appreciate some help from the bats.
Ramirez and the White Sox look to give Quintana some needed support as he tries to win Tuesday night for the first time since he last faced the Twins a month ago.
Chicago (59-91) was batting .221 with eight homers while averaging 2.4 runs during a 2-15 stretch before pounding out 13 hits with four home runs and two doubles in Monday's 12-1 win. The White Sox had seven runs in the first inning against the Twins (64-85), matching their total from the six-game slide entering this set.
They've made a recent habit out of feasting on Twins pitching.
Chicago has compiled a .303 average and has outscored the AL Central rival 30-10, while winning four straight meetings.
Ramirez has been a big part of that production, going 9 for 16 with two homers, three doubles and six RBIs. Th...