The urgency is there for the White Sox.

But the results are still a tad bit off.

The White Sox offense had perhaps its most complete game in a week on Tuesday night, but several miscues in other areas and a late two-run double by Ryan Doumit helped doom them in a 7-5 loss to the Minnesota Twins in front of 30,387 at Target Field.

Paul Konerko had his first four-hit game since last July but it wasn’t enough as the White Sox, who earlier in the day received a vote of confidence from general manager Rick Hahn, lost for the 15th time in 20 games.

Before the game, Hahn said he isn’t ready to begin trading away any of several potential pieces to contending teams even though the White Sox started action 9 1/2 back in the American League Central.

“It’s getting to that time where we need to put something together,” said starting pitcher Dylan Axelrod, who allowed five runs (four earned) and 10 hits over six innings. “We’re all trying our hardest and the little things in the game aren’t going our way.”