Andrew Vaughn homered and drove in three runs, Yoan Moncada had three hits and drove in three runs and the visiting Chicago White Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers 12-3 on Friday night.Chicago’s Tim Anderson supplied four hits, scored three runs and drove in another, while Yasmani Grandal and Hanser Alberto knocked in two runs apiece.White Sox starter Lance Lynn (4-5) gave up three runs, one earned, and three hits while walking five in six innings. He struck out five.Detroit starter Joey Wentz (1-5) allowed five runs and six hits in four innings. He walked two and fanned four.Chicago moved to 8-3 in its past 11 games by leveling the four-game series at one win apiece. Detroit had won three of its previous four contests.The White Sox grabbed an early lead. Anderson led off the game with a single and Andrew Benintendi walked. With two outs, Vaughn doubled to right to knock in Anderson. Grandal followed with a single to bring home Benintendi and Vaughn. Jake Burger flied out to end the inning.Detroit had a threat in the bottom of the frame as Zach McKinstry walked and Riley Greene doubled to put runners in scoring position. A fielder’s choice on which the White Sox didn’t record an out loaded the bases. With two outs, Akil Baddoo reached on an infield single to score a run. Miguel Cabrera then struck out to end the inning.The White Sox made it 4-1 in the second. Anderson drew a two-out walk and scored on Benintendi’s triple to right.