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White Sox Vs. Rangers Final Score: Chicago's Winning Streak Ends With 2-0 Loss To Texas

The Chicago White Sox could not muster up any offense against Scott Feldman and the Rangers and their winning streak is over at five after a 2-0 loss in Arlington on Sunday night.

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Feldman went eight innings for Texas, sriking out five and walking none. He gave up seven hits.

Gavin Floyd went 6-2/3 innings for the White Sox, allowing two runs (one earned). His day could have been worse considering the seven hits and five walks he gave up, but the Rangers struggled to hit with runners in scoring position, as they did all weekend.

Alexei Ramirez mishandled a ground ball with two outs in the bottom of the third to allow Texas to take a 1-0 lead. The Rangers got their second run on a Michael Young ground out in the fifth.

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