Alexei Ramirez tied his career high with four hits, and Philip Humber stymied Boston for seven innings last night to lead the visiting Chicago White Sox to a 10-7 victory over the Red Sox.

It was Chicago's sixth straight win at Fenway Park, its longest streak there since the "Go Go" Sox era of 1958-59.

Humber (4-3) scattered six hits in the first seven innings before giving up three more in the eighth as Boston cut the deficit to 10-5. In all, Humber was charged with four runs while walking one and striking out five in 7 innings - the first time in seven starts he has allowed more than three runs.

"Phil was outstanding. Outstanding," manager Ozzie Guillen said. "The guy keeps showing people, and proving himself, pitching against a good-hitting ballclub and doing it right. I could be sitting here talking good things about him all night."

In other games:

* At St. Petersburg, Fla., Evan Longoria hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the eighth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Texas Rangers, 5-4. Sean Rodriguez and Matt Joyce also homered for the Rays.

* At Detroit, Brennan Boesch broke an eighth-inning tie with a sacrifice fly, and the Tigers went on to beat the Minnesota Twins, 8-7, despite two homers from Justin Morneau.

* At Kansas City, Alex Gordon and Chris Getz both had three hits as the Royals beat the Los Angeles Angels, 7-3. Jeff Francoeur drove in two runs and leads the Royals with 32 RBI.

* At Toronto, Grady Sizemore drove in a pair of runs to break an 0-for-12 slump since returning from the disabled list, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Blue Jays, 6-3, snapping Toronto's four-game winning streak.

* At Seattle, Justin Smoak hit a two-out, three-run homer in the eighth, giving the Mariners a 3-2 win over the Orioles.

* At Oakland, Curtis Granderson drove in four runs with a two-run homer and a two-run double as the New York Yankees routed the Athletics, 10-3.

Noteworthy

* Florida officials returned Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera's driver's license, but he still faces DUI charges. Authorities determined there wasn't enough evidence to prove Cabrera had been driving or was in actual control of his vehicle while under the influence of alcohol when he was arrested Feb. 16 in Fort Pierce in central Florida. Cabrera refused to take a breath test when he was arrested.

* The Boston Red Sox activated righthander Bobby Jenks (strained biceps) from the 15-day disabled list. Meanwhile, injured shortstop Marco Scutaro (oblique) was cleared to resume baseball activities, and pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka went for a second opinion on his injured right elbow.

In another matter, the Red Sox moved up the starting time of Saturday's game against the Oakland Athletics to 1:10 p.m. so that fans will be able to also watch the Bruins in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals. *