Trade rumors are swirling around the White Sox. Scheduled starter Jake Peavy was scratched from Tuesday’s start and is reportedly headed to Boston before today’s 4 p.m. trading deadline.

There are also trade rumors about outfielder Alex Rios and shortstop Alexei Ramirez. These are unsettling times indeed and the Indians did nothing to calm things for the visitors as they scored four times in the eighth to rally for a 7-4 victory at Progressive Field.

The Indians have won six straight games and moved to a season-high 10 games above .500 at 58-48. Chicago has lost five straight and 11 of its past 14.

Brazilian right-hander Andre Rienzo called up from Class AAA Charlotte to replace Peavy did a nice job in his big-league debut. But as soon as he left after seven innings the Indians pounced on the White Sox bullpen.

Trailing 4-3 with two out in the eighth pinch hitter Ryan Raburn’s two-run single off Matt Lindstrom produced a 5-4 lead.

After a single by Lonnie Chisenhall Yan Gomes the Indians’ Brazilian catcher doubled home Raburn and Chisenhall for insurance.

Raburn is hitting .349 (22-for-43) with 22 RBI with two out.

“It seems I couldn’t do anything right last year and now I can’t do anything wrong” said Raburn who won Friday night’s game against Texas with a three-run walk-off homer in the 11th inning.

Raburn hit .171 with Detroit last year and was released at the end of the season.

Asdrubal Cabrera started the rally with a one-out single off Donny Veal (1-2). Carlos Santana kept it going with a two-out single to bring Lindstrom into the game. Drew Stubbs pinch-ran for Santana stole second and scored on Raburn’s single for the go-ahead run.

“I was just trying to get a good pitch to hit and he left one up for me that I was able to do something with” Raburn said. “You have to realize the pressure is on the pitcher. You just try not to do too much.”