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October 31, 2010

Hunter has easiest inning in fourth

The fourth inning provided a bit of a break for Tommy Hunter, who needed only 11 pitches to get three outs. He allowed a two-out single to Edgar Renteria, who is 2 for 2, but he got Juan Uribe to fly out on the first pitch of the inning, Travis Ishikawa to ground out on two pitches and Nate Schierholtz to fly out on five pitches.

The Rangers need to make Madison Bumgarner work this inning and possibly give Hunter enough rest to get through five. Alexi Ogando has been warming in the bullpen.

Due up for the Rangers: Young (0 for 1), Hamilton (0 for 1, GIDP), Guerrero (0 for 1).

-- Jeff Wilson


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