Adam Dunn paid Chicago White Sox's leadoff batter Alejandro De Aza one of the highest compliments of De Aza's career after an 11-4 victory over Minnesota.

"No offense to any other guys that I've played with, but I think he's the best pure leadoff hitter that I've ever played with," Dunn said of De Aza.

De Aza went 0-for-3 Tuesday night but he drew a walk in the eighth inning and stole his 17th base before scoring on a two-run double by Dunn.