Jon Lester retired the first 19 Rangers hitters he faced before allowing a first-pitch double to Michael Young on a 95 mph fastball. Lester then issued his first walk of the game (to Andruw Jones), but retired to get a pop-up and an inning-ending strikeout of Marlon Byrd. Lester has struck out 11 tonight, and has now punched out 23 in his last two outings spanning 13 innings.
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