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World Series Game 3 update: Rangers still lead Giants, 3-0, after three innings


The Texas Rangers wasted a leadoff single by Michael Young in the third inning but still lead the San Francisco Giants, 3-0, in World Series Game 3 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

Texas slugger Josh Hamilton, now only one for 10 in the series, followed Young's single by grounding out. Giants starter Jonathan Sanchez then got Vladimir Guerrero and Nelson Cruz to ground out as well.

Texas starter Colby Lewis, meanwhile, retired the Giants in order in the top of the inning as Edgar Renteria took a called third strike, Andres Torres popped out and Freddy Sanchez flied out.

--Jim Peltz

Photo: Texas Rangers starting pitcher Colby Lewis throws during Game 3 of the World Series. Credit: Max Faulkner/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT

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