Chicago, IL (NNCNOW.com) --- Twins starter Vance Worley went seven strong innings, and Minnesota capitalized on an error by Chicago in the tenth inning to beat the White Sox, 2-1. After lasting just one inning in his last outing, Worley gave up just one run and gave up five hits in seven innings for the Twins. Josh Willingham's single in the third tied the game at one a piece. Then in extra innings, Eduardo Escobar reached on an error by shortstop Alexei Ramirez. Ryan Doumit came around to score the eventual game winning run. The Twins (7-7), who had their game on Friday postponed in Chicago, play the White Sox again on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. Posted by Sarah Wheeler swheeler@kbjr.com