If Jake Peavy was going to be bit by one thing, it was his high fly ball rate and low home run rate coming into Tuesday's start. In the sixth, that's exactly what hurt Peavy, who allowed two home runs in the inning and six runs overall -- which was followed by Will Ohman serving up a three-run homer to give Detroit the lead for good. And that all came with the White Sox leading 6-0 coming into the inning.
More postgame reaction: Robin Ventura A.J. Pierzynski & Will Ohman
Jesse Crain returned from the disabled list, and as expected, Eric Stults was designated for assignment.
Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak started against the White Sox 71 years ago yesterday, and during his famed stretch he had pretty good success against the Sox.
Chicago Tribune Live debated Bryan LaHair vs. Paul Konerko (right now, not overall, of course):
Around the division: Jose Valverde left yesterday's game with lower back tightness, the Twins activated Justin Morneau off the disabled list, Derek Lowe accomplished an interesting feat in Cleveland's win over Minnesota and Kansas City beat Texas again.