Chicago's pitching effort was solid against Texas on Saturday, but for the majority of the game, it looked like the Rangers were going to prevail anyway. Texas shutout the White Sox offense for eight innings, and then Chicago came alive.
The White Sox got three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning against Rangers reliever Miguel De Los Santos; the player responsible for the game-winning hit was Ken Williams Jr., son of the current White Sox general manager.
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Paul Konerko had to leave the game after fouling a ball off of a knee, but early indications suggest the injury wasn't anything serious.
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