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Chris Sale became the majors' first 12-game winner while tying his season 
 
high with nine strikeouts, Tim Anderson led off the game with his first career 
 
homer and the Chicago White Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 3-1 on Tuesday 
 
night.
 
Todd Frazier hit his 20th homer and David Robertson got his 18th save for 
 
the White Sox, who won consecutive games for just the second time in June.
 
Sale (12-2) went seven innings, allowed four hits and walked one. Chicago led 
 
the whole way after Anderson homered to left on the first pitch from Clay 
 
Buchholz (3-7) in the right-hander's return to Boston's rotation after spending 
 
about a month in the bullpen.
 
Adam Eaton doubled on Buchholz's second pitch and later scored on a 
 
sacrifice fly by Melky Cabrera.

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