CHICAGO -- The Blue Jays batted .312 the last time they visited the White Sox from June 5-7, taking the first two games before a 4-3 defeat in the finale.
U.S. Cellular Field is the only road stadium in which Toronto is hitting better than .294 at this season. Rajai Davis, who hit .375 at the ballpark in the series victory, said good memories surround him every time he returns to the South Side.
"You try to remember the things that have happened," Davis said. "A lot of it has to do with your confidence. Some of it is how you're hitting. The other part is sometimes you've just got to find your comfort zone."
Davis' career .354 batting average at U.S. Cellular Field is his highest at any ballpark in which he's recorded at least 30 at-bats.
"In some parks, you see the ball better than others," Davis said. "I think you see the ball really well here. The backdrop is really good."