White Sox Beat Red Sox On Ninth Inning Error

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    Marcus Semien (center) of the Chicago White Sox celebrates with his teammates after driving in the game winning run during the ninth inning against the Boston Red Sox.

    Alexei Ramirez scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning on a throwing error and the Chicago White Sox edged the Boston Red Sox 2-1 on a frigid Tuesday night.

    Tied at one, Red Sox reliever Burke Badenhop (0-2) allowed a one-out single to Ramirez. After Tyler Flowers stuck out, Chris Capuano replaced Badenhop.

    Capuano walked Adam Eaton to move Ramirez to second. Then with a 3-2 count, Marcus Semien hit a grounder to Xander Bogaerts at shortstop, who one-hopped his throw to first baseman Mike Carp. Carp wasn't able to scoop the throw and Ramirez, who was already running on the pitch never stopped when rounding third and scored without a throw.

    White Sox reliever Daniel Webb (1-0) got one out in the ninth for the victory.