Bryan Shaw

Make it 13: Indians beat White Sox 9-4 for 13th straight win

Jose Ramirez stole pitcher Danny Salazar's bat a couple of weeks ago. It's the same weight as his usual lumber, but he likes the handle.

It definitely belongs to him now.

Ramirez hit two more homers, Austin Jackson also connected and the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago White Sox 9-4 on Tuesday night for their 13th straight victory, the longest run by a major league team this season.

"We're content, we're happy, we're very united — which is the most important," Ramirez said through a translator.

Salazar felt healthy in his return from right elbow inflammation, but struggled with his command and got just two outs. Cleveland's deep bullpen took over...

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