White Sox rally to top Rangers, 4-3

Jim Thome hit a tying three-run double, and Chris Getz added the go-ahead triple to lead the Chicago White Sox past the Texas Rangers 4-3 on Friday night.

Mark Buehrle (4-0) allowed three runs in six innings to improve to 11-3 against the Rangers.

Ian Kinsler hit a leadoff homer, and Michael Young had three hits for the Rangers, who placed outfielder Josh Hamilton on the 15-day disabled list before the game due to a strained left rib cage muscle.

Prized Rangers prospect Derek Holland (0-1) relieved Scott Feldman with the bases loaded in the sixth. After whiffing on Holland’s 94-mph fastball, Thome hit the next pitch off the top of the 14-foot wall in left to tie it at 3.


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