Devers, Bogaerts power Red Sox to 6-3 win over White Sox

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BOSTON - The Red Sox picked up a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on a soggy night at Fenway Park Tuesday.

The Red Sox bats were once again carried by Rafael Devers, who went 4-for-4 with two runs scored, Christian Vazquez, who drove in two more runs to continue his breakout year at the plate, and Xander Bogaerts, who put Boston ahead for good with a two-run home run in the fifth inning:

That was enough support for David Price, who went six innings and gave up three runs (two earned). A Bogaerts error led to Chicago's first run and a misplay by Bogaerts in the third inning also allowed the White Sox third run to come around.

Price gave up eight hits and struck out nine.

Matt Barnes, Ryan Brasier, and Brandon Workman all pitched scoreless innings to finish up the game

The Red Sox and White Sox will wrap up their series Wednesday afternoon, the final game before the Red Sox travel to London for their two-game series with the Yankees this weekend. Chris Sale (3-7, 3.59 ERA) will take the ball against Reynaldo Lopez (4-7, 6.23 ERA).