Jake Peavy and Adam Dunn say the White Sox have enough.

Then again, if general manager Ken Williams wants to add a pitcher of Zack Greinke's pedigree, open arms will welcome him to the White Sox' clubhouse.

Peavy battled through 121 pitches and intense heat Wednesday afternoon and was rewarded — for once — with more than enough offense as the Sox completed a three-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins with an 8-2 victory. It was a short but sweet homestand after a 3-7 road trip that momentarily knocked them out of first place in the American League Central.