The Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers scored 9 runs through four innings on Saturday night, but after that both teams put up a succession of doughnuts. Thankfully for the White Sox, they put five of those nine runs and took home a 5-4 victory over the Dodgers in the second game of the teams' three-game series. The White Sox started the scoring in the second when singles from Alexei Ramirez and pitcher Philip Humber put them up 3-0. Alex Rios followed that in the third inning with an RBI triple to make the score 4-0, but the Dodgers game back in the bottom of the inning and put up four runs of their own to tie the score. The game winning run, as it would turn out to be, came when Alejandro De Aza grounded into a fielder's choice in the top of the fourth. Addison Reed closed the game for Chicago, notching his eighth save of the season. For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage of this series, visit White Sox blog South Side Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers blog True Blue L.A.And for more general baseball coverage, head over to Baseball Nation.