• Alex Rios' 16-game hitting streak, dating back to Sept. 26, 2012, came to a close during an 0-for-4 effort in Saturday's 9-4 loss to the Indians. Rios had hit in all 10 games this season.
"It had to stop at some point. I didn't expect it to go for a long time," Rios said. "The most important thing is I had two good at-bats and I believe I'm where I want to be and that's the most important thing.
"It would be nice to keep that streak going. But it had to end at some point so I'm glad I took great at-bats."
• White Sox manager Robin Ventura spoke Saturday morning to pitching coach Don Cooper, who was released from the hospital and was flying to Chicago. Cooper has missed the entire road trip due to a bout of diverticulitis (a digestive disorder).
"I don't know if he's feeling that much better, but he's glad to be out of the hospital," Ventura said. "He's in some pain and not feeling too good."
Ventura added that Cooper would probably be meeting with White Sox doctors either Saturday or Sunday.
• Jose Quintana picked up the fourth no-decision of his career in 24 starts when he has thrown at least seven scoreless innings, after allowing one hit over seven innings in Friday's 1-0 White Sox loss.
"He's got the little cutter in to righties. And then he was really commanding arm side with his fastball," Cleveland manager Terry Francona said of Quintana. "And then he started getting comfortable and he started flipping that breaking ball in on hitter's counts. He pitched a really good game."
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