"I think in times past you would see some panic with different people around the organization, with different players," Peavy said. Peavy credited the team staff and to the players for "not panicking." "Great team win," said White Sox starter Jake Peavy, who benefitted from the 3G strength in improving to 3-1. "That's the way we've won. Gimenez, a backup catching for the first time since leaving Monday's game after getting hit on the lower left leg with a pitch, hit his first career homer to cut the Rays lead to 3-2. With the White Sox trailing, 3-1, on homers by Matt Joyce and Evan Longoria and Kelly Johnson's run-scoring single, Gimenez cut the team's deficit to 3-2 with a solo shot to right on a 2-2 pitch leading off the fifth.