- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 7, 2010

ARLINGTON, TEXAS (AP) - Michael Young homered, Josh Hamilton stretched his home hitting streak to 27 games and the Texas Rangers beat the Cleveland Indians 4-3 on Wednesday night.

Young came back refreshed after his first day off of the season on Tuesday with a two-run homer in the fifth that drew the Rangers even at 3.

Hamilton extended the second-longest home hitting streak in club history with an RBI single in the first. Al Oliver hit in 30 straight Texas home games in 1981.

Cleveland’s Jayson Nix homered for the fourth time in three games.

Earlier in the day, Texas team president Nolan Ryan visited a hospital to check on a fan who fell about 30 feet from the second deck while trying to catch a foul ball Tuesday night.


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