The Chicago White Sox were trailing early, but they've come back against the Texas Rangers to tie the game at 4-4 through four innings of play on Wednesday night. The two teams have already traded leads once after the White Sox temporarily took the lead after two innings.
In the first inning, the Rangers piled on three runs as White Sox starter Dylan Axelrod allowed four consecutive hits to Josh Hamilton, Adrian Beltre, Michael Young and Nelson Cruz, including a two-run double by Young. Axelrod has already given up four runs on seven hits in just four innings on the mound.
The White Sox were able to take back the lead with four runs in the second inning, but that advantage didn't last long once Josh Hamilton got ahold of an Axelrod pitch in the third inning for a solo homer. Alex Rios and Dayan Viciedo have each hit doubles for Chicago, both of which came in that second frame.
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