The fog made visibility tough and the Toronto Blue Jays were stubborn but neither was a match for Adam Dunn on Monday night.

Dunn homered on both sides of a 70-minute fog delay and reached base five times as the White Sox won their third straight with a 10-6 victory over the Blue Jays in front of 18,126 at U.S. Cellular Field. Dunn -- who tied a career-high four hits and finished with a season-high five RBIs -- put his team ahead for good with a three-run homer in the bottom of the fourth inning off Toronto starter R.A. Dickey. Nate Jones and four White Sox relievers then combined for five scoreless innings to preserve the victory.

“It was worse than when it rains,” Dunn said. “The lights made it really, really bright and it was weird. … I don’t have anything to compare it to. That was pretty bad.”

Dunn has shown signs of another full-fledged breakout this week.

The White Sox slugger nearly hit a walk-off homer in a loss on Thursday night and hit his 14th home run on Saturday.

He followed up those efforts with an infield single and two more homers off Dickey, both of which were mammoth shots. The first drive occurred several minutes before a heavy fog, which arrived shortly after the first pitch, interrupted the game and gave the White Sox a 4-2 lead. The White Sox loaded the bases after Dunn’s homer but crew chief Jim Joyce pulled both teams off the field with two outs in the game’s only delay.

“I’ve never seen anything like it before,” White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. “It would clear up and then all of the sudden you couldn’t see an outfielder. They did the best they could as far as trying to make sure you could see and it was safe."

The fog was so bad that neither Dunn, nor anyone in the park, could identify where it landed. He crushed a knuckleball from Dickey (5-8) deep to center field beyond the ivy and White Sox officials “guesstimated” the ball traveled 444 feet. Either way, Dunn knew he got the job done.

“If that one didn’t go out I was just going to keep running,” Dunn said. “I don’t know where it went, but as long as they go over I don’t care.”