If the Chicago White Sox are to move out of last place in the AL Central, they'll need to string together some victories.
The visiting White Sox can start by winning two straight for the first time in almost two weeks Wednesday against the Minnesota Twins.
Adam Dunn and Dayan Viciedo hit back-to-back homers in the second inning and Tyler Flowers delivered a tiebreaking double in the eighth to help back a strong outing from Jake Peavy in Chicago's 4-2 win over Minnesota (18-18) on Tuesday.
The White Sox (16-21), who are 4-6 since last winning two in row at Texas to open May, hope to get hot after Peavy and two relievers held the Twins to six hits one night after a 10-3 series-opening defeat.
Despite spending 45 minutes working on defense prior to the game, the White Sox committed an error in a sixth straight contest. However, their AL-worst 30th of the season did not prove costly in the end.
"It's a focal point," manager Robin Ventura said. "It's important and it's going to stay impo...