• Stuck ball leads to inside-the-park HR, Ventura ejection

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 24, 2013
    Ventura was thrown out for the second time this season and sixth in his career, arguing a call that produced an inside-the-park home run for Ian Kinsler. It was the first inside-the-park homer allowed by the White Sox since Carl Crawford on July 20, 2009, for the Rays in Chicago. Ian Kinsler raced around the bases for a bizarre inside-the-park homer and Adam Rosales had a conventional two-run shot, helping the Texas Rangers beat the Chicago White Sox 11-5 on Friday night. Pierzynski and Alex Rios received much of the pregame attention from media and fans with Pierzynski getting loud cheers, a standing ovation and a first-inning video tribute it was another former Chicago player who began the home run derby in the second.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Ian Kinsler gets inside-the-park home run after ball disappears at U.S. Cellular Field

      Every now and then the hidden ball trick will catch a base runner of guard and result in an easy out for the defense. Just ask Juan Uribe of the Los Angeles and Max Stassi of the Houston Astros how that works. Of course, just as frequently, a hidden bal…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Kinsler's inside-the-park HR sparks Rangers

      Ian Kinsler raced around the bases for a bizarre inside-the-park homer and Adam Rosales had a conventional two-run shot, helping the Texas Rangers beat the Chicago White Sox 11-5 on Friday night.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Rangers hit five homers, claim ninth straight road win

    The Rangers powered their way to a ninth straight road win on Friday night in Chicago, hitting five home runs -- including four off left-hander Chris Sale -- en route to an 11-5 victory over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
    Source: MLB.com

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