It's been a wild and eventful three weeks for Blue Jays starter Brandon Morrow, culminating in his nine-inning, two-hit shutout of the White Sox in a 4-0 victory Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. It's been a successful two-win start to the current six-game road trip.

Morrow allowed just a pair of hits to Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski, in the second and eighth innings, and did not walk a batter until he gave up two in the ninth.

"It was all fastball-slider," Morrow said of his AL-leading third complete-game shutout of the season. "I threw a few changeups to the left-handers to keep them honest but when I have fastball command down to both sides of the plate, that's when I've been at my best and I had that tonight."