Treanor leads Rangers past White Sox, 9-5

Matt Treanor homered and drove in a career-high four runs, and the Texas Rangers beat the Chicago White Sox 9-5 on Wednesday night after losing Vladimir Guerrero to an eye injury during batting practice.
Guerrero, the designated hitter, was scratched from the lineup
after a ball he hit ricocheted off the cage and struck him above
the left eye. The Rangers said the eight-time All-Star had
"significant swelling," but X-rays showed no structural damage.
He is day-to-day.
Even without its best hitter, Texas still managed to pound Gavin
Floyd (2-6).
Treanor capped a three-run first with a two-run bases-loaded
double, and led off the third with his third homer. He was also
robbed in the sixth when right fielder Carlos Quentin raced back
for a lunging catch on his sacrifice fly.

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  • by sstg-watch Location: okla on Jun 3, 2010 at 10:36 AM
    rangers are getting back to good ball playing,a few players need to work on there ball handling, and the MLB needs to get some instant replay,these player are getting millions of dallors,one pitcher was robbed of a perfect game because the 1st base ump missed a call,the manager should get at least one challenge a game at least,these ump, do make mistakes,and he said after the game he missed the call the player was clearly out,
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