The Chicago White Sox are leading 2-0 over the Cleveland Indians through three innings on Wednesday night thanks to a two-run homer by Adam Dunn in the first inning. Having lost 11 of their past 15 games, the White Sox are looking to get back on track with a second consecutive win on Wednesday.
In that first inning homer, Dunn managed to reach ten homers already on the 2012 season. That's just one less than the 11 homers he hit during his historically terrible 2011 campaign, reflecting how far he's come since having arguably one of the worst seasons ever.
Jake Peavy is once again dealing on the mound, pitching three scoreless innings so far. He's given up three hits, all singles, and struck out three hitters while walking nobody.