Texas in charge: Rangers take 2-0 ALDS lead over Jays with 14-inning win

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The Texas Rangers are one win away from eliminating the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALDS after a 6-4 win in 14 innings Friday.

Rougned Odor, who was ruled safe at second base after a replay review, scored the winning run on a single by Hanser Alberto. The Rangers added a sixth run when Chris Gimenez scored on Delino DeShields' infield single.

Much earlier in the game, both starting pitchers were shaky initially before settling down.

Texas took a 2-0 lead in the first inning against right-hander Marcus Stroman, but Toronto tied it at 3 by the end of the second inning against lefty Cole Hamels. Then, it was the Rangers' turn to come back, as they tied it at 4 in the eighth inning.

Stroman allowed four runs (three earned) in seven innings, while Hamels was touched for four runs (two earned) in seven innings.

The series now moves to Texas for Game 3 on Sunday.