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Nick Swisher, left, and Mike Aviles celebrate their win over the White Sox.(Photo: David Richard, USA TODAY Sports)
They haven't won it all since 1948, but if they can win their next four games in Minnesota, the Indians will give themselves a chance to end the drought.
Rookie Danny Salazar gave Cleveland a much needed quality start and Nick Swisher hit a two run homer as the Indians tightened their grip on one of the AL's two wild card playoff spots with their 14th straight win over the Chicago White Sox, 7 2 on Wednesday night in their home Fendi Dotcom Bag
The Indians packed their travel bags for a four game series against the Twins not knowing if they'll play again this season after Sunday. They could be coming back to Cleveland for the winter, playing a one game playoff just to get to into the wild card game or maybe headed to either Tampa Bay or Texas for one game with the winner advancing to the division series.
Swisher homered in the fifth inning off Dylan Axlerod (4 11) as the Indians finished the season 17 2 against Chicago.
With the Indians leading 2 1 in the fifth, Brantley, who has been using one of Carlos Santana's bats, doubled with one out and Swisher, who was 0 for 13 against Axelrod, followed with a shot into the Indians' bullpen in center. After rounding the bases, Swisher saluted the crowd by raising his hands and forming an "O'' and "H''.
"We've just got to play baseball, that's all Fendi Red Tote we gotta do," said Giambi, who may have saved Cleveland's season with a pinch hit, two run homer in the ninth inning Tuesday night. "We don't have to worry about anybody else beating anybody else. We've just get to go out and play baseball, which is the fun part of the game."
Story HighlightsIndians starter Danny Salazar allowed two runs on six hits with eight strikeouts in five plus inningsCleveland beat Chicago for 14th straight time and maintained its hold on one of the AL wild card spotsNick Swisher hit two run homer, Asdrubal Carbrera also drove in two, and Michael Brantley had three hits
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"We did what we needed to do," manager Terry Francona said. "It's very exciting to go play games that are this meaningful. This is as good as it gets."
Swisher's two run shot in the fifth gave the Indians a 4 1 lead and allowed 30,942 fans to breathe a little easier following the emotional rollercoaster of Tuesday night, when Giambi's majestic homer bailed out closer Chris Perez, who gave up two homers in the top of the inning.
Texas in the wild card chase. Cleveland is also one game behind Tampa Bay for the top spot with just four games left.
"They're better than us this year," Ventura said. "They had our number. They outplayed us. We had leads late, but they seemed to fight and come back. They had a few walk offs."
Cleveland hasn't made the playoffs since 2007 but it's closing in on a berth under Francona, who guided Boston to two World Series titles and has helped the Indians to 20 more wins than they had a year ago.
Asivail Garcia homered for the White Sox, 6 19 since Aug. 30. Chicago is just 25 47 against AL Central teams, and were overmatched against the Indians.
Salazar (2 3) struck out eight in 5 1/3 innings for the Indians, who won their final six home games to stay with the wild card leaders. They'll hit the road for four games in Minnesota with a lead over Fendi Bag Studs
A spray painted bedsheet in the upper deck of Progressive Field said: "Playoff Bound." The Indians, who already have 20 more wins than last season, have some work to do before that can happen.
Indians ace Justin Masterson, sidelined since Sept. 2 with an oblique injury, pitched the ninth. It's possible the All Star right hander could start again this season if the Indians get in the playoffs.
"The ball is in our court," said Brantley, who is batting .514 (18 of 35) during a nine game hitting streak. "As long as we handle what we need to take care of, we'll be just fine. We took care of business at home and now we just have to go on the road and continue to do what we're doing."
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BOX SCORE: Indians 7, White Sox 2
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