Paul Konerko returned to the White Sox lineup and went 2-3 with a walk, but it was Orlando Hudson's walk-off single that netted the White Sox a 4-3 win to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Blue Jays. Alex Rios added a two-run homer in support of Jake Peavy, who walked five in six innings but only gave up three runs, two of which were earned.
Jordan Danks made his major-league debut as a pinch-runner late in the game for Konerko and was promptly doubled off first on a tough-luck liner (it wasn't his fault). John's brother was added to the 40 and 25-man rosters prior to Thursday's game as Kosuke Fukudome was placed on the disabled list.
Here's a nugget: When A.J. Pierzynski was called about being dealt away from Minnesota in November of 2003, he thought he was getting traded to the Cubs. Great stuff in this piece from Chuck Garfien.
Chris Kamka takes on anyone who still is focusing on Adam Dunn's strikeouts and batting average -- which, really, if you're thinking about Dunn's batting average, you're really missing the point -- and looks at Dunn's offensive success in general this season.
David Kaplan looked back at the White Sox draft and previewed the upcoming interleague slate:
Around the division: Detroit beat Cleveland 7-5 to keep the White Sox 1 12 games ahead of the Indians, DL'd Tigers starter Doug Fister is slowly improving, Kansas City moved quickly to sign first-round pick Kyle Zimmer and "Jeff Mansihp."