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Last updated on Monday, October 24, 2011
(ARLINGTON, TX) - The Texas Rangers drew even with the St. Louis Cardinals by winning game four of the World Series in Arlington last night, 4-0.
Derek Holland pitched into the ninth inning for the Rangers.
The southpaw allowed four total baserunners, no runs, and struck out seven.
Texas grabbed an early lead after Josh Hamilton doubled in the first inning.
Elvis Andrus scored to make it 1-0, Rangers.
Edwin Jacskon pitched the Cardinals into the sixth inning with minimal damage allowed.
Jackson looked gassed most of the evening and walked a total of seven batters.
The Rangers capitalized after the Cardinals' starter was removed from the game in favor of reliever Mitchell Boggs.
With two runners on, Mike Napoli took the first pitch from Boggs and launched it over the left field wall for a 4-0 lead.
The Rangers were able to hold on and tie the world series at two games apiece.
Game five is tonight in Texas. The pitching matchup will feature the Cardinals Chris Carpenter against C.J. Wilson from the Rangers.
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