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The White Sox' Leury Garcia just beat the throw to Stephen Drew as he stole second base in the first inning.
David Ortiz flexed at second base after driving in two runs in the second inning. The Red Sox went on to take a 7-6 win Sunday and sweep the White Sox.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia beat the throw to catcher Tyler Flowers as he scored in the bottom of the second inning.
A fan held on to a baby with one hand and tried to catch a foul ball with the other.
Xander Bogaerts dove but couldn't make the play on a fourth-inning single by Paul Konerko (not pictured).
Stephen Drew couldn't reach the top of a single by the White Sox' Tyler Flowers (not pictured).
Starting pitcher Felix Doubront reacted as he saw manager John Farrell coming out of the dugout to pull him from the game in the fourth inning.
Doubront was patted on the back by catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia after he crouched down on the mound when he saw Farrell (not pictured) coming.
Shane Victorino slid, but the White Sox' starting pitcher Andre Rienzo beat him to the bag.
Jacoby Ellsbury scored on an error by the third baseman Conor Gillaspie (on the ground).
White Sox manager Robin Ventura was ejected from the game by umpire Dana DeMuth after an argument following Ellsbury scoring on an error.
Closer Koji Uehara was relieved after he got Paul Konerko (not pictured) to fly out to deep center field for the final out of the game.
Uehara (right) celebrated with Mike Napoli after he preserved the Red Sox' victory.
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