The Chicago White Sox have lost 15 of their last 18 games at Rogers Centre.
The AL Central leaders hope to start reversing those woes Monday night in the opener of a four-game set against the injury-plagued Toronto Blue Jays.
Chicago (62-51) has struggled in recent years in Toronto, where it has not captured a series since 2006. Dating to that season, the White Sox's .199 batting average at Rogers Centre is easily their worst at any ballpark.
They enter this visit leading Detroit by two games in the Central.
"We go out and play the game right and do things right, and it comes down to if you get beat, you get beat," reliever Matt Thornton told the White Sox's official website. "Looking forward to it, four-game set, big series."
These teams have split six games in Chicago this year, but Toronto (54-60) had a much healthier roster for those series in June and July. Injured regulars Jose Bautista (wrist), Brett Lawrie (oblique), J.P. Arencibia (hand) and Adam Lind (back) are all ou...