ARLINGTON, Texas, June 5 (UPI) -- A three-run double by Vladimir Guerrero highlighted a seven-run fourth inning Friday that rallied the Texas Rangers to a 9-6 win over Tampa Bay.
The Rays seized an early 4-0 lead but the Rangers cut that in half on Justin Smoak's two-run homer in the second. Texas then sent 11 men to the plate in the fourth, an inning that started with Josh Hamilton hitting a homer to right off Wade Davis (5-5).
Smoak reached on an infield single with one out, Max Ramirez was hit by a pitch and Julio Borbon singled to load the bases. Elvis Andrus singled in Smoak and Michael Young then singled in two more runs to put Texas in front.
Andy Sonnanstine came on to relieve Davis and promptly hit Ian Kinsler with a pitch to again load the bases. That brought up Guerrero, who produced his double to deep left-center.
C.J. Wilson (4-3) got the win despite giving up five runs on six hits in five-plus innings. Neftali Feliz struck out two in the ninth inning and recorded his 15th save.
Carl Crawford's two-run single keyed a four-run second for the Rays and Evan Longoria hit a solo homer in the seventh.
It was the third time in four games the Rangers had scored nine runs.