Blue Jays 4, White Sox 0: Brandon Morrow scattered two hits in a complete-game gem and Jose Bautista belted his third homer in four contests as visiting Toronto recorded its sixth win in eight games.
Rajai Davis provided insurance with a two-run homer in the ninth inning. David Cooper joined Davis with three hits for the Blue Jays, who handed the White Sox their second straight loss after they had won 14 of their previous 16. Toronto has won seven of its last 10 in Chicago.
A.J. Pierzynski was responsible for all of the damage off Morrow (7-3) with singles in the second and eighth innings. Morrow finished his second complete game in four outings and third this season with his fifth strikeout of the contest.
After collecting a career-high five hits in Tuesday's series opener, Colby Rasmus opened the scoring with an RBI single in the fifth inning.
Bautista doubled the advantage in the sixth by launching an offering from rookie Jose Quintana (1-1) deep into the seats in left field.
Quintana (1-1) permitted two runs on nine hits in six innings to take the loss.
GAME NOTEBOOK: American League Central-leading Chicago is the only division leader with a sub-.500 record at home (14-16). ... White Sox 1B Paul Konerko sat out his second straight game with a chip in his left wrist. ... Morrow evened his lifetime record versus the White Sox at 1-1.