Indians Vs. White Sox: Cleveland Looks To Win Series

After taking both games of a double header and almost sniping away a win on Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians will look to win their series against the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday in game four of their series at Progressive Field.

Wednesday's game might be the toughest of the series yet for Cleveland though, with Chicago putting possibly their best pitcher on the mound. Jake Peavy has been very, very good so far in the young season with a 3-1 record and sparkling 1.99 ERA. Peavy has been a strikeout wizard with 39 of them so far to only eight walks.

The Indians will send out Jeanmar Gomez to face Peavy. Gomez is 2-1 with a 2.82 ERA, one of the members of what has been a strong Indians rotation thus far.

The Indians have won six of their last eight and are 7-3 in their last ten games, form they'll need to keep up if they want to hold off the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central. They go to a tough series against the Red Sox next so beating the White Sox once again to keep their momentum going would give them a boost.

The game will be at Progressive Field at 7:05 p.m. ET.

For more on the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox, head to their respective SB Nation blogs, Let's Go Tribe and South Side Sox. For more news and analysis on Major League Baseball in general, check out Baseball Nation.

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