CHICAGO -- Quotes, notes and stars from the Red Sox' 5-2 win over the White Sox:
"I think the most encouraging thing was after a couple of hard-hit balls early on, he was still in attack mode.'' - John Farrell on Clay Buchholz.
"The biggest thing centers around his fastball. First inning, he might have been up a little bit. But after that, he was down in the zone and the curveball was a good compliment to that.'' - Farrell.
"Man, I tell you what -- he does it in such big moments.'' - Farrell on David Ortiz.
"If you could paint a picture, I think tonight would be just about what everybody would want to do.'' - Buchholz on his outing.
"I think everybody would be lying if they said they didn't see your numbers; you see them every day. (Being) 0-3 with a six-something (ERA) is obviously not where you want to be.'' - Buchholz.
"Hopefully, this is the start of something good coming out of him.'' - Ortiz on Buchholz.
"You feel like the luckiest man on planet earth - finally hitting the ball where no one's at!'' - Ortiz on beating the shift with a single through the shortstop hole in the seventh
* When the Red Sox homer, they're 11-6.
* Clay Buchholz's win was his first since last July 10.
* Jackie Bradley Jr. extended his hitting streak to 10 games.
* Mookie Betts has scored at least one run in 10 of his last 14 games.
* David Ortiz is now one homer from tying Carl Yastrzemski for second-most homers in franchise history at 452.
* Ortiz tied Gary Sheffield for 25th place all-time in homers with 509.
1) Clay Buchholz
After five straight poor outings, Buchholz turned in a gem, giving up two runs in the first, then nothing else for the next six innings.
2) David Ortiz
As he so often does, Ortiz delivered when the Red Sox needed him most, clocking a two-run homer in the fifth to turn a one-run deficit into a two-run lead.
3) Jose Abreu
The White Sox slugger belted a two-run homer in the first to give him five RBI in the two games in this series.