Chicago (WOIO) - Fausto Carmona stepped up, just when the Indians needed him most, going eight and one-third innings, and giving up only one run on four hits, as the Tribe finally found a way to beat the White Sox, 4-1 the final at U.S. Cellular Field.
It marked only the second time in 9 tries this season that the Indians beat the White Sox, but they did it by jumping on Mark Buehrle early. Jack Hannahan's RBI single put the Indians up 1-0 in the second.
The White Sox answered in the bottom half, taking advantage of the only mistake the Carmona made all night, Alexi Ramirez taking him deep for a solo home run, tying the game at one.
The Indians added another run in the 6th on Kosuke Fukudome's RBI single, then two more in the 7th.