Indians 19-9, White Sox 10-8

Jack McCarthy, The Sports Xchange
The SportsXchange

CHICAGO -- The Cleveland Indians made a long day worth the wait when they completed a sweep of the Chicago White Sox on Friday night.
The Indians topped the White Sox 9-8 in game two of a doubleheader as Nick Swisher delivered a two-out, go-ahead home run in the ninth inning as Cleveland rallied from a 8-5 deficit.
Earlier Friday, Cleveland matched a season-high run production in a 19-10 victory in the first time.
White Sox closer Addison Reed (3-1) suffered his fourth blown save and his first loss of the year with the ninth-inning breakdown in the nightcap.
Michael Bourn singled home Ryan Raburn for one run and pinch-hitter Asdrubal Cabrera made it 8-7 on Reed's wild pitch. Jason Kipnis' one-out sacrifice allowed Bourn to tie the score.
Cleveland reliever Vinnie Pestano worked a scoreless ninth for his sixth save. Matt Langwell (1-0) pitched the eighth and picked up the victory.
The White Sox appeared in command after Adam Dunn singled in the then-tying and go-ahead runs with two out in the sixth off Indians reliever Rich Hill for a 6-5 lead and added two insurance runs in the eighth.
Alexei Ramirez drove in Alejandro De Aza with a single and Jeff Keppinger brought Ramirez home with a one-out triple for an 8-5 lead.
Game 2 starter Carlos Carrasco missed a chance at his first win since July 5, 2011. Carrasco, who sat out 2012 after elbow reconstruction surgery, was lifted in the sixth for Hill after giving up the tying runs.
He allowed six earned runs and 10 hits in 5 2/3 innings.
A 25-minute rain delay pushed back the start of the second game, but the Indians wasted no time once it started, jumping on Chicago starter Jose Quintana for four first-inning runs.
In the opening game, Cleveland shook off struggles by starter Trevor Bauer to rebound from a 5-0 first-inning deficit to eventually match a season-high 19 runs.
Seven Indians has multi-RBI days and all nine Indians batters had at least one hit and eight had two more.
Asdrubal Cabral, Jason Kipnis, Yan Gomes and Mike Aviles each had three hits. Raburn drove in four runs and Drew Stubbs had three RBIs.
Chicago gave up a season high in runs (19) and hits (21), and the most runs since May 21, 2009 vs. Minnesota.
NOTES: Dunn's first-inning homer was the 427th of his career, passing Billy Williams for 46th on Major League Baseball's leader board. ... White Sox OF Casper Wells made his first career appearance as a pitcher, working a scoreless ninth. ... Chicago reinstated 3B Conor Gillaspie from the paternity leave list on Friday following the birth of his son, Mason. ... Bauer's start was his fourth with the Indians after going 3-2 with a 4.13 ERA for Triple-A Columbus. The Indians also activated RHP Carlos Carrasco from Columbus to start Friday's second game. ... Cleveland optioned LHP Nick Hagadone to Columbus after he went 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA in 27 relief outings.