Leave it to the replacement to finally get a bases-loaded hit.
It was the third time the Rangers had loaded the bases, but the first time they got a hit in the situation. Gentry, hitting in Borbon's customary ninth spot in the order, tied the score with his hit and ended White Sox starter Mark Buerhle's night.
All the runners moved up on Young's sac fly, including Elvis Andrus, who was at first. This was important because Andrus was able to score easily from second when Ian Kinsler followed with a double down the left-field line.
Quite a turnaround. It's 7-4 Rangers heading into the bottom of the sixth.