Getting back home has helped the Chicago White Sox put their recent struggles behind them.
Facing the AL-worst Minnesota Twins surely hasn't hurt, either.
Seeking a 10th victory in 11 home games, the White Sox - winners of 14 of 18 in this series - try for a three-game sweep of the Twins on Wednesday.
Chicago (52-45) lost the final five games on its recently completed road trip, but has picked up the pace since returning to the South Side. After taking Monday's series opener 7-4, the White Sox broke out in a big way Tuesday with an 11-4 win.
Adam Dunn hit a game-tying two-run homer - his major league-leading 30th - and Dayan Viciedo singled home two more runs to cap a four-run seventh-inning rally. Paul Konerko's four hits included his 16th long ball for the White Sox, who went on to score five more runs in the eighth.
"He's a monster right now," Konerko said of Dunn, who has nearly tripled his home run total from a disastrous 2011 campaign. "I think he's an even better hitter ...