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Morning Kids Game one in Texas.ngu2{position:absolute;clip:rect(486px,auto,auto,436px);}small , on this road trip before heading to Kansas City. Jose Quintana is on the mound for the Sox. The lineup card said that Jordan Danks was in today but he had swelling behind the knee and Robin didn’t want to take any chances to DeWayne Wise is in for him. Grab a coffee and lets head to the top of the first. First Inning - Alejandro De Aza, Tyler Greene (triple), Alex Rios (single) , Paul Konerko (Greene scored), Adam Dunn, Paul Konerko (single) Conor Gillaspie, (double) Alex Ramirez *2 – 0 (SOX score)(Greene and Rios scored) Second Inning – Hector Gimenez, Dwayne Wise (Danks out with swelling behind the knee)(single), De Aza (walk), Greene, Rios, *2 – 0 (sox lead) Third Inning – Dunn, Konerko, Gillaspie, *2 – 0 Fourth Inning - Ramirez, Giminez (walk), Wise (single), De Aza , Greene, *2 – 2 (Jose, 56 pitches with 34 strikes) (rangers home runs) Fifth Inning -  Rios,  Dunn, Konerko, *4 – 2 (rangers lead)(Coop has called the bullpen)(Matt Lindstrom up throwing) Sixth Inning -  Gillaspie (walk) ,Ramirez, Gimenez , Wise (home run), De Aza ,, *10 – 4 (SOX home run with runner on)(rangers take lead)(M.Lindstrom hands to Donnie Veal hands to Nate Jones)(two of the rangers score came with runners at third and wild pitches) Seventh Inning -  Greene, Rios,  Dunn (home run), Konerko, *10 – 6 (Sox home run)(Nate Jones hands to Deunte Heath) Eighth Inning -  Gillaspie, Ramirez (beat throw to first), Gimenez, Wise (Double) , De Aza (Casper Wells) *10 – 6 (Sox score) (score on wild pitch) Ninth Inning – Greene, Rios, Dunn (hit by pitch), Konerko Put that in the books kids. I am going to say that we can call that a mistake loss. We got rattled and let things get to us and were not able to fight back for the win. Chris Sale and Jake Peavy are slated to get the starts for game two and three of this series. To the Aussies out there have a good day, to the USA fans get some sleep and see you in Arlington for game two of this three game series. See you in Arlington Cricket   This article has been read (2) times

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