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White Sox 5, Rangers 0

White Sox 5, Rangers 0

CHICAGO — The White Sox pulled off their first triple play in nearly 10 years to secure Jose Quintana's scoreless outing. Quintana retired 11 straight through six innings until he loaded the bases on Prince Fielder's double, Adrian Beltre's single and a walk. Mitch Moreland drilled a ball down the rightfield line that Adam Eaton caught on the run as the runners took off. Eaton threw to first to get Ian Desmond, and the White Sox eventually got Fielder in a rundown between third and home to finish the play. Quintana allowed just four hits over seven innings.

White Sox 5, Rangers 0 04/22/16 [Last modified: Friday, April 22, 2016 11:30pm]
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