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CHICAGO -- Here's a quick look at the White Sox's win over Oakland on Sunday.
The good: Phil Humber continued his surprising start to the season, giving up only three runs on four hits in seven innings. Adam Dunn launched a three-run home run in the fourth.
The bad: Alex Rios went 0-for-4 on the day with two strikeouts. Rios looked to be coming out of a season long slumping, collecting two hits in each of the first three games of the four game set with Oakland.
Outside the box: Dunn's home run was the 361st of his career, tying him with Joe DiMaggio for 72nd all time.
Coming up next: Gavin Floyd (6-5, 3.89 ERA) takes on Carl Pavano (3-5, 4.54) as the White Sox head to Minnesota to take in the Twin on Tuesday at 7:10.