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Only a few hours into the season's final month, the Cleveland Indians have already added another name to their overflowing disabled list.
For the second straight game, Manny Ramirez watched from a few feet away as one of his new teammates hit a game-winning homer. Claimed off waivers by Chicago for his renowned power, Ramirez provided only a bloop a single in his debut but he was on deck when Paul Konerko hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to give the White Sox a 6-4 win and three-game sweep of the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday.