MINNEAPOLIS -- Ron Gardenhire has seen centre fielders like Kirby Puckett, Torii Hunter and Ben Revere make some spectacular catches during his time coaching and managing the Minnesota Twins. After Monday night, hes adding Aaron Hicks to the list. Hicks hit two home runs and made a leaping catch in centre field to take a home run away from Adam Dunn in the Twins 10-3 win over the Chicago White Sox. "Weve definitely had our share of great ones here and that ranks right up there," Gardenhire said. "That catch is going to rank right up there, especially the moment he caught the ball. A big moment, a big play." Justin Morneau extended his hitting streak to nine games with three hits and four RBIs, including a bases-clearing double that capped the scoring in the eighth. Hicks, who missed the previous two games due to a sore right elbow, led off the fourth inning with a 416-foot solo homer that bounced in front of the black batters eye in centre field and gave the Twins a 5-2 lead. With a runner on third and the Twins holding a 5-3 lead in the sixth, Dunn drove a pitch from reliever Josh Roenicke deep to centre that appeared to be headed for the same spot Hicks blast landed. However, the Twins rookie sprinted back, leaped high, and caught the ball above the wall, falling to the ground and grinning as he opened his glove to show the ball to the umpire. After getting congratulated by teammates jogging off the field, Hicks hit his second home run in the bottom of the sixth, this one landing in the bullpen in left-centre. "Right after the catch I felt amazing, I felt loose. To hit that one, it just capped it off," Hicks said. Fans at Target Field stood and cheered for a curtain call, and Hicks finally obliged after Pedro Florimon popped out. "I heard em, but its my first one so I dont really know," said Hicks, whose teammates doused him with Gatorade and shaving cream after the game. "Morneaus saying, Hey these dont happen that often. Florimon ended up popping out, so I had to kind of wait. Then I went out and got it." Dunn and Hicks entered the game tied for the lowest batting average in baseball (.137) among qualifiers. When the night was over, Hicks average was .152 and Dunns .133. "Yeah, the kid made a great play," said White Sox manager Robin Ventura, whose team allowed three unearned runs. "I think that one was one he hit well, but you dont get anything out of it. But again we are not helping ourselves on the other side." Twins starter Pedro Hernandez (2-0) allowed three runs and six hits in 5 1-3 innings. The left-hander, who came to the Twins in a trade with the White Sox for Francisco Liriano, retired 14 of the next 15 batters he faced after giving up two runs in the first inning. Alex Rios had two RBIs for the White Sox, who are last in the American League in batting average and runs scored. Alejandro De Aza and Alexei Ramirez each had three hits. Hector Santiago (1-2) allowed six runs -- three earned -- on eight hits in 5 2-3 innings. He had only allowed one earned run in his previous two starts. The Twins loaded the bases with nobody out and took advantage of Ramirezs error at shortstop to score four runs in the third. The inning was capped by Trevor Plouffes two-run double. "Yeah, it seems like every day we have one play that could change the game and it does wind up changing the game," Santiago said. "I mean that play there, if he makes that play we are out of it and were up 2-0. You can keep the pitch count down. It was a big play in the game, and of late its been something like that, just one play each and every game." The White Sox loaded the bases against Jared Burton in the eighth, but pinch-hitter Conor Gillaspie grounded out to first. NOTES: White Sox LHP Chris Sale, who threw a one-hit shutout in Sundays win against Los Angeles, woke up in pain with an abscessed tooth that needed to be pulled. 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