CLEVELAND -- Corey Klubers losing streak is over. Air Force 1 Green Store . And thats good news for the Indians playoff hopes. Kluber pitched a five-hitter to win for the first time in a month, rookie Jose Ramirez hit a go-ahead triple in a two-run seventh inning and Cleveland beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1 Saturday night. Kluber (14-9) allowed an unearned run, struck out eight and walked none in his third big league complete game -- all this season. He had been 0-3 in four starts since winning at the New York Yankees on Aug. 9 and in his previous start allowed a career-high three homers in a 12-1 loss to Detroit on Monday. The right-hander, who has carried the Indians all season, wasnt concerned about his recent problems. "Ive always tried to take the ball every fifth day when its your turn and pitch as long as you can," he said. "Hopefully thats why you do all that work between starts so when you get late in the season youre not wearing down." Manager Terry Francona has no worries about his ace. "His tank looks as full as its ever been," he said. Third-place Cleveland closed within five games of first-place Kansas City in the AL Central. The Indians are four games back of Seattle, which played later Saturday, for the ALs second wild card. The Indians lost three of four to Detroit coming into this series, but have bounced back with two straight wins. "Thats the only choice we have right now to put the past behind us," Kluber said. "Whatever happened the night before doesnt have any bearing on the next game." White Sox starter Jose Quintana allowed one run and seven hits in six innings, struck out seven and walked one. With the score 1-1, Michael Bourn walked with one out in the seventh against Zach Putnam (4-3) after fouling off a pair of full-count pitches and scored when Ramirez tripled off the wall in right-centre. Four pitchers later, Ramirez came home on Michael Brantleys single. Chicago, which has lost 13 of 17, threatened when Conor Gillaspie singled with one out in the ninth. After Avisail Garcia hit into a forceout, Kluber struck out Andy Wilkins on a curveball. Kluber retired his first seven hitters before Jordan Danks singled off the glove of a leaping Jason Kipnis at second base. Danks stole second and scored when first baseman Jesus Aguilar allowed Adam Eatons grounder to bounce off his glove and into short right field for an error. Chicago manager Robin Ventura was impressed with Klubers performance. "He moves it all over," Ventura said. "Hes up there with anybody. You know youre in for a tough night when youre facing him. He goes deep in the game, he works quick, doesnt ever seem to get rattled." Carlos Santanas leadoff homer in the fourth tied the game. TRAINERS ROOM White Sox: Closer Jake Petricka is unavailable this weekend after the birth of his daughter. Manager Robin Ventura hopes the right-hander will return when the White Sox host Oakland. Indians: Manager Terry Francona said INF-OF Mike Aviles (concussion) was feeling better and will resume baseball activities when he passes protocol tests. Aviles sustained the concussion trying to make a diving catch in right field Monday. UP NEXT Indians: RHP Carlos Carrasco (6-4) is 3-0 in five starts since rejoining the rotation last month. GOING AWAY GIFT The Indians presented White Sox 1B Paul Konerko with a guitar, adorned with his No. 14 and the White Sox logo, in a pregame ceremony. He has 48 homers and 177 RBIs lifetime against Cleveland, the active leader in both categories. Konerko, who will retire at the end of the season, is sidelined with a broken left hand but says he will play again before the month ends. NO DAY OF REST The Indians host the Angels on Monday in the makeup game of a July 18 rainout at Progressive Field. Losing the off-day means the Indians will play 30 consecutive days. Air Force 1 Womens Fake . The Rangers announced after Thursdays 4-2 loss to the New York Yankees that they would purchase Williams contract from Triple-A Round Rock. The 32-year-old Williams was released by Houston earlier this month after going 1-4 with a 6. Air Force 1 China . So they rushed to re-sign the first baseman who general manager Ben Cherington described Friday as "a unique player." The World Series champions finalized a $32 million, two-year agreement Thursday with the slugging former catcher who turned into a surprisingly good defender.Major League Baseball says it raised more than $175,000 during last weeks Winter Meetings through an auction for a lung cancer-focused non-profit.The largest auction was for $11,026.67 for a meet-and-greet with New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, along with the opportunity to watch a regular-season game from his suite.The 2014 auction was done in memory of former Baltimore Orioles public relations director Monica Barlow, who died in February and was a supporter of the non-profit, LUNGevity. Air Force 1 White Fake. LUNGevity was founded in 2001 by seven lung cancer survivors.The Winter Meetings auction began three years ago and has raised more than $450,000 for cancer research. Proceeds from previous years auctions were donated to Stand Up To Cancer. ' ' '