Prized left-hander David Price got only four outs against the Rangers before being yanked in what qualifies as the worst start of his brief big-league career. The Rangers tagged him for six runs on only three hits.
The two biggies were a three-run homer by Andruw Jones in the first and a three-run double by Michael Young (the 300th double of his career) in the second. Price also walked five. Four have scored and the fifth is at first base with Jones coming to the plate to face Lance Cormier.
The Rangers lead 6-1.
-- Jeff Wilson