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Indians 2, White Sox 0

Indians 2, White Sox 0

CLEVELAND — Justin Masterson pitched into the eighth and limited the American League's highest-scoring offense as the Indians won their second straight since a six-game losing streak. Masterson earned his first win since Aug. 21, a span of 11 starts. Chi­cago's only highlight came when first baseman Jose Abreu fielded Lonnie Chisenhall's grounder in the sixth and, unable to get the ball out of his glove, flipped the glove about 10 feet to pitcher Scott Carroll covering for the out.

Indians 2, White Sox 0 05/03/14 [Last modified: Saturday, May 3, 2014 10:27pm]
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