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Chicago,  IL (SportsNetwork.com) - Alexei Ramirez's two-run homer in the ninth 
inning lifted the Chicago Solid navy;background-color:yellow"> White Sox to a 4-3 win over the Cleveland Indians in 
the finale of a four-game set at U.S. Cellular Field. 

The  Indians rallied for a pair of runs off Matt Lindstrom (1-1) in the top of 
the  ninth to  tie the game. Michael  Brantley reached on a fielding error and 
moved  to  second on  Yan Gomes' base  hit to left.  David Murphy then singled 
home Brantley to tie the game. 

Mike  Aviles followed  with a sacrifice bunt  to push Gomes to third and after 
Asdrubal  Cabrera struck  out, Lindstrom  bounced  a slider  to the  backstop, 
allowing Gomes to score. 

Jordan  Danks worked  a  leadoff walk  off John  Axford  (0-1) before  Ramirez 
clobbered the first pitch he saw to left for the walk-off win. 

Marcus  Semien hit a solo homer and Dayan Viciedo went 2-for-3 with an RBI for 
the Solid navy;background-color:yellow"> White Sox, who took three of four in the series. 

Chicago starter Jose Quintana allowed just one run -- a solo homer to Brantley 
-- among five hits over six innings. 

Corey  Kluber started  for the Tribe and  allowed two runs on eight hits while 
striking out six over 7 1/3 innings. 

The game featured two hours of rain delays and the first pitch was pushed back 
over an hour. 

Brantley  stroked  a two-out  homer in  the fourth to  give Cleveland an early 

Chicago countered in the home half on Viciedo's infield single with runners on 
the corners. 

With  one out in  the eighth, Semien hammered a 3-2 sinker into the left-field 

                                   Game Notes 

Total  game  time: 5:18  ... Ramirez  extended his hitting  streak to 13 games 
while  Conor Gillaspie extended to 11 games ... Brantley's homer was his first 
of the season. 

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