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Indians 6, White Sox 2

Indians 6, White Sox 2

CHICAGO — Josh Tomlin beat Chris Sale in a matchup of unbeaten pitchers and Francisco Lindor had three hits for the Indians. Tomlin became the first Indians starter to reach 7-0 since Dennis Martinez won his first nine decisions in 1995. Sale (9-1) was knocked out in the fourth, ending his bid to become the first pitcher to win his first 10 starts since Andy Hawkins for San Diego in 1985. It was the first matchup of 6-0 or better pitchers since 1988, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

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