The White Sox used a five-run fifth inning to win their fifth straight game with an 8-6 victory over the Twins on Tuesday evening at The Cell. The win keeps the Sox within five games of the first place Detroit Tigers. In the game changing fifth, Gordon Beckham was hit by a pitch to force in the game-winning run and Juan Pierre had an RBI single to give the White Sox the 8-6 advantage. Alejandro De Aza plated four of the eight runs including a three-run homer in the fourth inning. Will Ohman picked up the win for Chicago, while Twins starter Anthony Swarzak took the loss. Sergio Santos grabbed his 28th save of the season. Jake Peavy will toe the rubber opposite Scott Diamond in this afternoon's series finale.