Red Sox 7, White Sox 6 Red Sox sweep White Sox, brace for the Tigers Showdown with Detroit is up next ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff The White Sox' Leury Garcia just beat the throw to Stephen Drew as he stole second base in the first inning. Jim Davis/Globe Staff 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. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jarrod Saltalamacchia beat the throw to catcher Tyler Flowers as he scored in the bottom of the second inning. Jim Davis/Globe Staff A fan held on to a baby with one hand and tried to catch a foul ball with the other. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Xander Bogaerts dove but couldn't make the play on a fourth-inning single by Paul Konerko (not pictured). Jim Davis/Globe Staff Stephen Drew couldn't reach the top of a single by the White Sox' Tyler Flowers (not pictured). Jim Davis/Globe Staff 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. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Doubront was patted on the back by catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia after he crouched down on the mound when he saw Farrell (not pictured) coming. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Shane Victorino slid, but the White Sox' starting pitcher Andre Rienzo beat him to the bag. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jacoby Ellsbury scored on an error by the third baseman Conor Gillaspie (on the ground). Jim Davis/Globe Staff White Sox manager Robin Ventura was ejected from the game by umpire Dana DeMuth after an argument following Ellsbury scoring on an error. Jim Davis/Globe Staff 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. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Uehara (right) celebrated with Mike Napoli after he preserved the Red Sox' victory.