CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians rallied late to win the second game of a four-game stand with the White Sox 7-4.
The Tribe extended its win streak to six games, matching a season-high (6G, 4/28-5/4) and improve to 10 games over .500 for the first time since June 4, 2011 (33-23).
The Indians have reeled off a season-high 9 straight victories at Progressive Field, the Tribe's longest home winning streak since posting 14 consecutive wins from April 3-May 10, 2011
The Indians are now just 2 victories shy of matching its 2012 home win total (37-44).
The Indians have gone 32-13 33-13 (.717) at Progressive Field since April 30, the 2nd-best home record in baseball during that span.