Boston Red Sox defeat Chicago White Sox, 6-3

As Jason Bay sauntered into the clubhouse an hour after the final pitch had been thrown by Jonathan Papelbon, he expressed surprise that there were media members still waiting for him.

Not usually the quickest to shower and dress, Bay was asked what delayed him. He gave the news with a wry grin: Along with Jacoby Ellsbury, who broke the team’s season stolen base record, Bay, whose homer broke a 3-3 tie, had gotten drug tested.

No, their feats weren’t what prompted the t...