Dylan Axelrod had a decent start for Chicago, giving up one run in three innings of work, and the White Sox were even with Cleveland at three after 5-1/2 innings, but the wheels fell off from there, as the Indians added four runs in the bottom of the sixth and five in the bottom of the seventh to take an easy 12-3 victory.
Related: White Sox Vs. Indians: Adam Dunn Scratched With Stiff Neck
A.J. PIerzynski hit his first home run of the spring -- a solo shot in the sixth -- but it was an otherwise uneventful day for Chicago's offense; no one in the lineup managed a multi-hit game.
Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the Chicago White Sox be sure to visit South Side Sox. Check out MLB Daily Dish for off-season rumors and reports. And for more news and notes from around baseball, visit Baseball Nation.