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Abreu hikes RBI total to 97 in Sox' loss to Indians

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  • Chicago White Sox starter John Danks throws against the Cleveland Indians during the second inning.

      Chicago White Sox starter John Danks throws against the Cleveland Indians during the second inning.
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It might be a lost season for the White Sox, but rookie first baseman Jose Abreu continues playing at a very high level.

Abreu upped his American League leading RBI total to 97 Thursday night with a run-scoring single in the third inning off Indians starter Carlos Carrasco.

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The Sox lost to Cleveland 3-2 at U.S. Cellular Field.

The White Sox (60-73) have dropped 15 of their last 20 games, but Abreu has not stopped competing.

He is a lock to win American League Rookie of the Year honors, and Abreu also figures to get some MVP votes.

"I don't know if I envisioned it, but you realized he's a good hitter," Sox manager Robin Ventura said when asked for his thoughts on Abreu before the season started. "You hope for something like this but I don't think anybody was sitting there putting a stamp on it, that these was going to be the numbers that he'd have. And there's always room for improvement. Whether those numbers are going to be better, jumbled or different, I think he'll get better just as experience helps him."

Adam Dunn drove in the White Sox' final run with an RBI single in the eighth inning.

Sox starter John Danks pitched 6 innings and allowed 2 runs on 5 hits.

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