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CLEVELAND--In his return for the first time in a month, it was truly Jose Ramirez's world and we were living in it. Ramirez's two HRs, seven RBI night led to an 11-0 Cleveland Indians shutout victory over the Chicago White Sox.
This made Mike Clevinger (13-3) easy as he pitched seven shutout innings with 10 strikeouts.
All of this was done against the White Sox bullpen. Carson Fulmer (1-2) takes the loss with only one inning pitched, giving up the Ramirez grand slam. Hector Santiago was the primary pitcher starting in the second inning, but he gave up seven runs in four innings pitched to put this game away.
The Indians continue to focus on the AL Wild Card. But of course the Rays win again in extras and the A's are playing on the west coast against the Angels (at press time).