"That's our job." O'Day said. "We had some rough patches in Toronto, but it seems like it's starting to fall into place and guys are hitting their stride.Elvis Andrus and Young, batting 1-2 at the top of the Rangers' order, led the offensive assault. Andrus went 3-for-5 with three runs scored, while Young was 3-for-4 with three RBIs. Young, with a single, double and home run, was a triple short of the cycle and his three RBIs give him 745 for his career. That moves him into third place all-time in club history. "Michael had a great night," Washington said. "He and Elvis were pretty good." The Rangers hit three home runs, including a solo shot by Vladimir Guerrero in the fourth. That was his first home run against the Angels, making him the 32nd player to hit a home run against all 30 Major League franchises. Ian Kinsler's two-run home run in the fifth was his first of the season, coming in his 62nd at-bat. Wilson allowed seven runs in 4 1/3 innings and the Rangers were trailing, 7-3, when his official line was completed. But he was spared his second loss of the season when the Rangers knocked out Weaver almost as quickly in the bottom of the fifth. Kinsler went deep with two outs to make it 7-5 before singles by Guerrero and Josh Hamilton and a two-run double by Nelson Cruz tied it up. The Rangers then went ahead in the sixth on a one-out double by Andrus and a run-scoring single by Young. Wilson wasn't around to get the victory and his ERA shot up from a league-leading 1.42 to 2.55 on the season. But the Rangers have still won the last six times that Wilson has been on the mound. "We got it done," Washington said. "Both starters struggled, but our bullpen came in and got it done. At some point we have to get more out of our starters, but last night and tonight we needed our bullpen. That's their job. At some point, we may have to back off, but we have to do what we need to do to win ballgames."
T.R. Sullivan is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.