Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia elected to playFriday nights game at U.S. Cellular Field under protest.Scioscia made the request with crew chief Dana DeMuth afterPaul Konerko grounded into a bases-loaded fielders choice in the bottom of thefirst inning. On the play, third baseman Alberto Callaspo retrieved thegrounder and threw home to record the first out. But Scioscia argued Konerkointerfered with catcher Chris Ianettas throw to first base by running inside thebase line within the last 45 feet of the base. Konerko reached safely to reloadthe bases.Scioscia argued with umpires for several minutes before theyruled Konerko safe. He continued to argue after the ruling and umpiresreconvened before they elected to stay with their initial ruling.White Sox outfielder Alex Rios followed a five-minute delaywith an RBI single to left to tie the game at 1. On the play, Adam Dunn wasthrown out at the plate for the second out of the inning.Catcher A.J. Pierzynski followed Rios hit with a three-runhome run off Zack Greinke to give the White Sox a 4-1 lead.
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