On a scorching day at U.S. Cellular Field — with a first-pitch temperature of 99 degrees that hit 102 by the fourth inning — Quintana (4-1) walked one and struck out a career-high eight. He gave up a leadoff single to Ian Kinsler in the first and an RBI single to Adrian Beltre in the fourth on a line drive that hit the left-hander near the hip and bounded past first.
With a thunderstorm hitting the ball park in the ninth, Addison Reed pitched the final inning for his 12th save in 13 chances to help give Chicago the sweep in a meeting of division leaders.
Youkilis took All-Star Matt Harrison (11-4) deep in the sixth to break a 1-all tie, his sixth homer of the season and second since joining the White Sox in a trade from Boston last month.
TIGERS 7, TWINS 3
DETROIT (AP) — Prince Fielder hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to break a tie and Delmon Young followed with a solo shot to lift the Detroit Tigers past the Minnesota Twins for a split of the four-game series.
Miguel Cabrera's RBI single for Detroit in the eighth tied it 3-all. The hit scored Austin Jackson, who tripled with one out before pinch hitter Quintin Berry walked.
The damage all came against Alex Burnett (2-1), who relieved starter Scott Diamond to begin the inning after Diamond allowed two runs and five hits in seven innings. He walked one and struck out four.
Octavio Dotel (2-2) got the win in relief, allowing one hit in 1 1-3 innings. Jose Valverde pitched a scoreless ninth for Detroit.
ROYALS 9, BLUE JAYS 6
TORONTO (AP) — Luke Hochevar won for the third time in four starts after leaving the game with a sprained ankle, Eric Hosmer had three RBIs and the Kansas City Royals beat the Blue Jays.
All-Star Billy Butler snapped a season-long 0-for-24 hitless streak against Toronto pitching and Yuniesky Betancourt homered as the Royals won for the second time in six games. Salvador Perez tied a career high with four hits, all singles, and Kansas City finished with a season-high 16 hits.
Hochevar (6-8) gave up two runs and four hits in five innings before leaving with his injury. He sprained his right ankle while running to cover first base on Colby Rasmus' infield single in the fifth.
Jonathan Broxton finished in the ninth for his 21st save.
J.P. Arencibia hit two home runs for the Blue Jays, and Henderson Alvarez (5-7) gave up five runs and eight hits in 5 1-3 innings.
INDIANS 3, RAYS 1
CLEVELAND (AP) — Josh Tomlin pitched seven stellar innings and Shin-Soo Choo, Michael Brantley and Travis Hafner homered, leading the Cleveland Indians over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Tomlin (5-5) limited the Rays to one run and two hits, easily the right-hander's best outing since April.
Choo led off the first with a homer off Jeremy Hellickson (4-5), Brantley connected in the second and Hafner homered in the eighth off Jake McGee.
Vinnie Pestano worked the eighth and All-Star closer Chris Perez finished up for his 24th save — all in a row since blowing one on opening day.
The Rays have lost eight of 10, fell to 4-13 against the AL Central and have scored more than four runs once in the last 11 games.
Luke Scott went 0 for 3 and set the Rays' record by going 39 straight at-bats without a hit.
ANGELS 9, ORIOLES 7
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Kendrys Morales hit a two-run single in Los Angeles' five-run fourth inning and the Angels rallied to beat the Baltimore Orioles.
LaTroy Hawkins (2-1), the second of six Angels pitchers, retired both batters he faced after relieving rookie Garrett Richards in the fifth inning and got credit for the victory.
Ernesto Frieri got three outs for his 11th save in 11 chances, keeping his spotless ERA intact in 25 appearances with the Angels and helping them climb within four games of the AL West-leading Texas Rangers. The Orioles slipped 5 1/2 behind the idle New York Yankees in the AL East.
Luis Ayala (2-2) took the loss.