Jason Donald got the game-winning hit.
He was more excited about Travis Hafner's home run that sent Cleveland into extra innings.
Donald singled home the winning run with two outs in the 12th inning, lifting the Indians over the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Tuesday night. Hafner tied it with a pinch-hit, two-run homer in the ninth.
''I'm happy to win it, but how about Hafner?,'' Donald said after Cleveland's sixth walkoff win. ''You almost wouldn't expect anything else. Whether it was his last homer here or not, it was so cool.''
Hafner is scheduled to play in Wednesday's season finale, which could be his last game for Cleveland.
The Indians almost assuredly will not pick up his $13 million option and give him a $2.7 buyout. Before the game, Hafner, 35, who has battled numerous injuries for five years, said, ''I want to play next year. I'll have to see who is interested.''
Chicago starter Jake Peavy took a one-hitter and 3-1 lead into the ninth. Pinch hitter Michael Brantley led o...