Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - The Texas Rangers used a home run barrage to
cool off the Chicago White Sox and match the longest single-season road
winning streak in team history.
Jeff Baker, Adam Rosales and Mitch Moreland each belted two-run homers to help
lift the AL West-leading Rangers to an 11-5 win in the opener of a three-game
series at U.S. Cellular Field.
Adrian Beltre hit a solo blast and Ian Kinsler was credited with an inside-
the-park homer for the Rangers, who have won nine straight away from
Arlington. The club also strung together nine consecutive road victories from
July 22-Aug. 3, 1977.
Texas' Martin Perez (7-3) won his fourth start in a row after allowing four
runs on eight hits over seven innings.
Dayan Viciedo and Gordon Beckham each had two RBI for Chicago, which had its
season-high winning streak snapped at six games. White Sox starter Chris Sale
(9-12) was bludgeoned by Texas, surrendering eight runs on eight hits in seven
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