Vladimir Guerrero and Josh Hamilton homered in support of C.J. Wilson, who won his sixth consecutive decision for the Texas Rangers, in a 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins in a matchup of division leaders Wednesday night.
Guerrero had three hits, including the tiebreaking homer leading
off the sixth against Brian Duensing (7-2) that came after Wilson
had already thrown his last pitch.
Wilson (13-5) gave up three runs with six strikeouts and two
walks while throwing 103 pitches over six innings. The left-hander
is 6-0 with a 2.29 ERA in eight starts since the All-Star break.
While Wilson has been starting for the Rangers all season,
Duensing is also a left-handed reliever turned starter. Duensing
had been 4-0 in his first six starts since moving into Minnesota's
rotation July 23.