If the Chicago White Sox are going to challenge for the AL Central title, they'll likely have to start playing better at home. They can follow the lead of Adam Dunn, who has found his hitting stroke at U.S. Cellular Field after a slow start there.
Dunn and the White Sox go for a third straight victory when they take on the Kansas City Royals on Friday night.
Chicago (15-17) went 36-45 on the South Side last season - when it finished 16 games out of first place - and it's been no better at home this year, dropping nine of 14.
"To be a good team, you have to play well at home," Dunn told the White Sox's official website following an 8-1 victory at Cleveland on Wednesday. "Hopefully, we can start doing that Friday and keep the momentum going."
Dunn hit a team-best three home runs on the just-completed 3-4 trip, and his recent success at home appears to give him a good chance to keep his own momentum going. The veteran slugger has batted .385 (5 for 13) with three homers and five RB...