Chicago White Sox defeat Minnesota Twins, 6-1

White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen sounded off Wednesday with the opinion that he's the only one who takes the Minnesota Twins seriously every year.

''Just because I say [it], people don't listen or don't believe,'' Guillen said before the Sox' 6-1 victory over the Twins at U.S. Cellular Field put them back into a tie with the Twins for first place in the Central Division. ''People [only] take the bad quotes out of my mouth. Since 2004 ... since 1985, the Twins always have...

No disrespect directed at Mark Buehrle or Freddy Garcia from Paul Konerko, who knows those pitchers' resumes will go down in White Sox lore.

But Wednesday called for something special: John Danks.

Thanks to a dominating performance by the left-handed starter, the Sox threw some haymakers back at the Minnesota Twins, winning 6-1 to reform a tie for first place in the American League Central.

In the wake of a disastrous 12-6 loss to the Twins on Tuesday in which the...