Here are a few postgame notes from the Rangers' 7-4 victory over the White Sox, as they maintain at least a six-game lead over the Angels in the American League West.
* Mitch Moreland had his third career multi-homer game, going deep twice. He also matched his career high with five RBIs. Moreland certainly wasn't bothered by the tightness in his right hamstring that kept him out of the lineup on Thursday.
* Matt Harrison had his shortest start since June 7. He lasted only 4 1/3 innings, allowing four runs (three earned) on four hits with three walks and four strikeouts. He has issued three walks in three of his last four starts. Afterwards, Harrison said he needed to work on his command, and get ahead in counts.
* The bullpen threw 4 2/3 scoreless innings. Yoshinori Tateyama threw 2 2/3 innings of no-hit ball, allowing only a walk. Tateyama said the key to his success is getting first-pitch strikes. ... Mike Adams bounced back from his rough night on Thursday, throwing a perfect eighth inning. And Neftali Feliz followed with a perfect ninth, striking out two en route to save No. 25.
* Josh Hamilton might have made the pivotal play of the night. He tracked down a deep drive by Carlos Quentin in the fifth inning, charing into the center field wall to make the catch. At the time, the White Sox had runners at first and second with one out. Hamilton said the collision hurt, but it was nothing more than a little whiplash. Hamilton also came through offensively, belting a solo home run to lead off the sixth.
* Adrian Beltre, who re-aggravated his left hamstring strain on Aug. 6, has worked out the past two days and said the hamstring "is a little better. It's progressing, but slowly."
-- Drew Davison