CHICAGO, Aug. 27 (UPI) -- Josh Phelps had a two-run single and Dewayne Wise a bases-loaded double to highlight a six-run third inning Monday night as the Toronto Blue Jays took advantage of eight walks to post an 8-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox.
Five of the walks were issued by Chicago starter Jim Parque (1-4), who walked three in the decisive third inning.
Shannon Stewart and rookie Eric Hinske started the third with singles before Parque walked Chris Woodward on four pitches to load the bases. Stewart scored on a sacrifice fly by Carlos Delgado and Vernon Wells drew another four-pitch walk.
Toronto grabbed the lead on a single by Phelps that chased the erratic Parque and made it 6-2 when Wise doubled to off reliever Matt Ginter.
Corey Thurman (2-2) tossed three hitless innings for the win after Blue Jays starter Mike Smith allowed four runs and six hits in three innings.