Alejandro De Aza belted a two-run homer in his first at-bat of the year and the White Sox held on to trim the Tigers, 2-1, on Wednesday afternoon at The Cell. De Aza was just called up to take the place of Mark Teahen [[ TEE-en ]], who was traded with pitcher Edwin Jackson to the Blue Jays earlier in the day. His home run in the second inning was all Chicago needed. John Danks fired six shutout innings before giving up a solo homer to Austin Jackson leading off the seventh. He struck out 10 over six-plus innings of one-run ball for the win. The Southsiders are off today. They open up a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox starting tomorrow evening in the Windy City. Gavin Floyd gets the nod in the opener.