Adam Dunn turned Monday's game around and sent the Rays down the path to a loss with one mighty swing of the bat. He did the same thing Tuesday without taking the bat off his shoulder.

"Adam Dunn, if I don't walk him right there it's a whole different ballgame," Rays pitcher James Shields said.

But Shields did walk the Chicago White Sox designated hitter to start the sixth inning and it became a different game.

The White Sox peppered Shields with four singles and a double. And when the dust settled at Tropicana Field, the White Sox were more than on their way to a 7-2 victory in front of 13,735.