Adam Dunn has a solution to the White Sox woes: score runs.

The slugger had no problem Thursday suggesting the team's offense is at the heart of the club's struggles.

The White Sox have had recent difficulty hitting with runners in scoring position. The club's four runs per game this month are it's lowest total for any month since the White Sox averaged 3.9 runs a contest in April.

Once the top hitting team in baseball with runners in scoring position this season, the White Sox have dropped to sixth overall with a .272 average. The team is 30-for-168 (.179) with RISP over its last 20 games.