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Rangers Vs. White Sox, Final Score: Texas Loses Again, 5-4

The Rangers dropped their third consecutive game on the 4th of July, when new White Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis hit a walk-off single against Mike Adams in the bottom of the 10th give Chicago a 5-4 win.

The best chance Texas had of taking the lead came in the sixth and seven innings, when twice the Rangers had two men on with two out, leaving the runners stranded in both instances. The evening started out right for Texas, as Scott Feldman pitched with a three-run lead after the top of the first before the White Sox would score four in the second.

Texas has now lost three games in a row three times this season, and their current losing streak is the club's worst since losing four straight From May 29 - June 2.

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