Indians End Season in 4th Place in Division

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CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians put to bed the 2012 season, getting beaten by the Chicago White Sox 9-0 in the final game of the season at Progressive Field. 

It was the 12th time this season the Indians were shut out.

Dan Johnson supplied the power as he stroked three homers in the game, the first three homers of his career.

The White Sox belted two more homers to make things final.

Travis Hafner played what many think to be his last game as a Cleveland Indian.

His final at bat Wednesday night resulted in a pop out to the third baseman.

David Huff had the start and lasted four and two-thirds innings to take the loss.

On Thursday, interim manager Sandy Alomar, who went 3-3 in his 6 game stint, will interview with the Indians brass.

Former Red Sox manager Terry Francona is slated to talk to the team on Friday.

The Indians finished alone in fourth place in the division.