CHICAGO -- The Red Sox won their fifth straight game Friday night, beating the White Sox, 10-3, at U.S. Cellular Field. The Sox have outscored their opponents 44-19 during the streak.
Picking up his first major league win as a starter was Daniel Bard, who allowed three runs (two earned) over seven innings, striking out six and walking one while throwing 96 pitches. Matt Albers pitched two scoreless innings to finish things up for the 9-10 Red Sox.
The visitors' offense exploded in the sixth inning thanks in large part to Cody Ross' bases-loaded single and Darnell McDonald's three-run double. McDonald would cap his night with a solo home run in the ninth, giving him a career-high four RBI.
Also going deep for the Red Sox was David Ortiz, who gave the Sox a 2-1 lead with a two-run blast in the second inning.
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