TORONTO, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- Eric Hinske's groundout in the seventh inning scored pinch-runner Dewayne Wise with the go-ahead run Wednesday night as the Toronto Blue Jays posted a 6-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox, who had their seven-game winning streak halted.
With the game tied at 2-2 in the seventh, Ken Huckaby opened the inning against White Sox starter Dan Wright (10-12) with a single.
Jayson Werth followed with a walk but Shannon Stewart bounced into a forceout at second. Mike Porzio replaced Wright and surrendered a groundout to Hinske that drove in Wise.
Toronto starter Pete Walker (8-4) allowed two runs and six hits and went a career-high seven innings. The righthander, who faced Chicago for the first time, walked five and struck out one as he won for the fifth time in his last seven outings.