Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Matt Treanor homered and drove in four runs, while Michael Young had three hits and three RBI, leading the Texas Rangers in a 9-5 win over the Chicago White Sox in the middle contest of a three-game set at U.S. Cellular Field.
Treanor hit his third home run of the season, hit a two-run double and recorded a sacrifice fly, while Young doubled twice for the Rangers, who have scored 18 runs in the first two contests of this series -- both wins. Josh Hamilton added three hits, two runs scored and two RBI in the convincing victory.
Scott Feldman (3-5) was the beneficiary of the run support, earning his first road win of the season after allowing five runs, eight hits and three walks in eight frames. He struck out three.
Paul Konerko moved into a tie atop the major league leaderboard in home runs this season with his 15th and 16th, although the White Sox lost for the third time in four games. He ended with three hits and four RBI in the setback.
Gavin Floyd (2-6) continued his struggles, allowing six runs on eight hits and three walks in just 2 2/3 innings. He has now dropped four of his last five decisions, as his earned-run average ballooned to a dismal 6.64.