Paul Konerko won't be available for at least two more weeks, but the slugger isn't using the injuries suffered as an excuse for the Chicago White Sox's poor play.

"Actually, I think we haven’t been that unlucky," said Konerko, one of 10 Sox players who has spent time on the disabled list this season. "We’ve had a couple injuries, but if you match us up against any team, I don’t think we’ve been any more injured.

"We’ve had some guys nicked up here and there and there was a little stretch early, but I think if you look at any other team, you’d find the same situations. I don’t look at it like that’s been the biggest problem for us this year. For the most part, we’ve had our team on the field. I don’t think anyone in here is doing that where you could say we haven’t got a fair shake."

Left-hander Jose Quintana struck out 11 through seven innings, but got a no decision when the Orioles tied it in the eighth. Adam Dunn made up for an error by hitting a home run with one out in the bottom of the ninth to give the Sox a 3-2 win over Baltimore.

Dunn's homer, his 23rd, was hit off Tommy Hunter and cleared the fence in left center.