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Chicago,  IL  (SportsNetwork.com) -  Conor Gillaspie's  grand slam powered the 
Chicago Solid navy;background-color:yellow"> White Sox  to a 7-5 victory  over the Toronto Blue Jays in the rubber 
match of a three-game set on Sunday. 

Jordan  Danks hit a two-run homer and finished with three RBI, while Alejandro 
De  Aza had two hits  and a run scored for the Solid navy;background-color:yellow"> White Sox, who have won five of 
their last six games against the Blue Jays. 

Scott  Carroll (5-7) earned  the win despite giving up five runs on eight hits 
and three walks with two strikeouts across 5 2/3 innings. 

Jose  Reyes went  3-for-5 with two runs scored and Edwin Encarnacion stroked a 
two-run shot for Toronto, which has dropped five of its last six. 

Starter Drew Hutchison (8-11) allowed seven runs on eight hits and three walks 
over seven frames in defeat. 

The  Blue Jays opened the scoring in the first. Reyes led off the frame with a 
double to right and moved to third on Melky Cabrera's sacrifice bunt. 

Jose  Bautista's grounder was fielded by first baseman Jose Abreu, whose throw 
home  reached  catcher Adrian Nieto  in time. Reyes  jumped over Nieto and was 
tagged out after failing to touch the plate. After an umpire's review, the out 
call was overturned with the ruling being that Nieto blocked the plate. 

In the home half, De Aza hit a leadoff single and Adam Dunn and Avisail Garcia 
both worked two-out walks to load the bases. Gillaspie then crushed a fastball 
over the wall in right center field for a grand slam. 

Gordon Beckham kept the rally going with a single to left and Danks homered to 
left-center field made it a 6-1 game. 

Josh  Thole's walk  led off the fifth  for Toronto ,and Reyes and Cabrera both 
singled  to  load the bases with  no outs. Thole scored when Bautista grounded 
into  a  double play  and Encarnacion  followed with a  two-run blast to left, 
getting the Blue Jays within two runs. 

Colby Rasmus opened the sixth with a single to left and Juan Francisco doubled 
to right. Dioner Navarro then greeted Daniel Webb with an RBI single to right, 
making it a 6-5 ball game. 

Danks' sac fly to deep left plated Gillaspie for a 7-5 score in the home half. 

Zach  Putnam  tossed a scoreless  eighth for  Chicago and Jake Petricka worked 
around a bases-loaded jam in the ninth to secure his ninth save of the season. 

Pinch-hitter Nolan Reimold grounded out to second to end the game. 

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