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Tribe gets series win v Chicago thanks to Francisco Lindor

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Cleveland 6 - Chicago (AL) 4

Cleveland Indians top Chicago White Sox 6-4, win series - Let's Go Tribe - The Indians wrap up a winning road trip with a series win in Chicago.

Tribe almost makes history in win over Chicago | MLB.com - Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor continued to build his case for the American League Rookie of the Year Award on Wednesday night, flirting with a cycle and sparking the Indians to a 6-4 victory over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.

Francisco Lindor's hit parade propels Cleveland Indians to 6-4 victory against Chicago White Sox | cleveland.com - Lindor finished a double short of the cycle as he spurred the Indians to a 6-4 triumph against the White Sox on Wednesday night.

Other Tribe News

Jeff Manship benefits from shift on the mound | MLB.com - After years of working from the first-base side of the rubber, Manship shifted two feet to his right to throw from the third-base side this season.

Corey Kluber could return soon from injury | indians.com - The Indians have not announced when right-hander Corey Kluber will make his return to the mound, but manager Terry Francona indicated on Wednesday that it might be sooner rather than later.

Around the Horn

Dodgers’ $300 Million Payroll Not That Crazy | FanGraphs Baseball - The Dodgers have finally caught up with the times (some would say surpassed) in terms of payroll, but while their $300-plus million payroll might seem enormous, the team would still be right in line with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox if those two teams had not slowed their spending in recent years.

Where Did the Nationals Go Wrong? | FanGraphs Baseball - The Nationals’ season isn’t quite on life support, but there’s been a bad accident, and the family’s been notified.

A wild idea to fix the postseason: Get rid of divisions | FOX Sports - Baseball’s future fix to this is relatively simple: get rid of divisional play.