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Chicago,  IL (SportsNetwork.com)  - Conor Gillaspie went 2-for-3 with four RBI 
to  lead the Chicago White Sox to a 9-6 win over the Cleveland Indians in the 
second installment of a four-game set. 

Adam  Eaton was 2-for-3  with an RBI and three runs scored and Adam Dunn added 
two hits, an RBI and two runs scored for the White Sox, who improved to 4-1 at 
home this season. 

Chris  Sale (3-0)  earned the win after  allowing three runs on six hits while 
fanning five over five innings. 

Asdrubal Cabrera drove in two runs while Nick Swisher, Ryan Raburn and Michael 
Brantley drove in one run apiece for the Indians, losers in three straight. 

Carlos  Carrasco  (0-2) allowed  five runs  on six hits  and three walks while 
striking out five over 4 2/3 innings. 

Cleveland  plated  three runs  in the fifth  to tie the  game. With runners on 
second and third and no outs, Cabrera laced a line drive to left to score Mike 
Aviles and Elliot Johnson. 

Swisher followed with a single to score Cabrera to knot things up at 3-3. 

The White Sox scored  a pair in the home half to take a 5-3 lead. After Eaton 
and  Marcus  Semien worked  back-to-back walks,  Gillaspie singled home Eaton. 
Later in the inning, Dunn walked to load the bases before Dayan Viciedo drew a 
walk to force home Semien. 

Brantley scored on a Gillaspie fielding error in the sixth, but Gillaspie made 
up  for  the gaffe in  the home half  with a two-run double  to left for a 7-4 
edge. 

Cleveland  scored one  more in the seventh when Brantley blooped an RBI single 
to  left to  bring home  Santana, pulling  the Tribe  within two  runs. Alexei 
Ramirez,  however,  scored Dunn  with a  single to shallow  right field in the 
bottom of the frame. 

In the eighth, Dunn drew a bases loaded walk to plate Eaton. 

Raburn's  base hit  with two  outs  in the  ninth  scored Santana  to cap  the 
scoring. 

Chicago  scored  two in the third  and one in the  fourth to take an early 3-0 
lead.  With two  on and  no outs,  Eaton smacked  a double  to right  to score 
Ramirez.  After Semien  struck out, Gillaspie lifted a sacrifice fly to center 
to bring Tyler Flowers home. 

Alejandro  De Aza's  RBI single in the  fourth scored Dunn to give the hosts a 
three-run advantage. 

                                   Game Notes 

Ramirez  had three  stolen bases  this season  ... Chicago  was 5-for-17  with 
runners  in scoring position ... The Indians were 4-for-11 with RISP ... Blake 
Wood threw 18 of his 28 pitches for balls. 

 
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