(ARLINGTON, TX) - The Chicago White Sox rode a three-home run night from Carlos Quentin to an 8-6 win over the Texas Rangers.
Quentin hit a solo homer off Texas starter Derek Holland in the first and a three-run blast in the third as the Sox held a 4-2 lead when the rains hit Arlington.
Following a lengthy delay, the Rangers tied the game in the fifth on a double by Elvis Andrus and a sacrifice fly by Michael Young.
Adam Dunn put Chicago up to stay with a solo homer off Rangers reliever Brett Tomko.
Quentin capped the scoring with a solo shot in the ninth off Dave Bush.
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