Adam Dunn's recent surge is one of this baseball season's most impressive transformations.

His two tape-measure home runs against the Cubs on Saturday and Sunday helped propel the Sox to their first three-game sweep at Wrigley Field since 1999. His 43 home runs against the Cubs are second only to Albert Pujols (51) among active players.

In addition to his power surge, Dunn reached base in eight of his 11 at-bats in the weekend series.

The White Sox slugger has said he is having fun again, and certainly it has be more enjoyable to play when you're not hearing sarcastic cheers just for getting a hit or for not striking out.