The Chicago White Sox took advantage of a shaky Indians defense, scoring three unearned runs, to claim a 4-2 win on Sunday in the finale of a rain shortened two-game series at Progressive field. Mark Teahen had an RBI single and Juan Pierre chipped in with a double for the White Sox, who have won back-to-back games after dropping three of their previous four. Edwin Jackson worked six solid innings to earn the win, giving up a pair of runs on five hits while walking three and striking out three. Sergio Santos worked around a walk to record the final two outs of the game and earn his 20th save of the season. The Southsiders return to The Cell this eveing to start a three-game series against the Detroit Tigers. Philip Humber gets the nod against Duane Below in the opener.