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Wise grounded out, but Juan Uribe delivered another two-out single and the White Sox were up 5-1.
Garza lasted six innings, allowing seven hits and five runs.
Akinori Iwaumra, who hit a two-run homer off Mark Buehrle in Game 2, gave the Rays a 1-0 lead in the second with an RBI infield single to first, beating Danks to the bag.
Chicago tied it in the third when Wise worked a leadoff walk, stole second and A.J. Pierzynski delivered a two-out RBI single to center.
Danks pitched out of a first-and-third jam in the first after giving up two singles. He retired Longoria on a short fly to right and Carl Crawford on a comebacker.
Notes: Both C Dioner Navarro and Garza tried to shoo away a bothersome pigeon that hand landed between the mound and plate in the second inning. ... White Sox reliever Matt Thornton went to tag Tampa Bay's Willy Aybar in the eighth. After the two had a collision up the first-base line, they bumped fists to show there were no hard feelings. ... Rain wiped out most of the Rays' pregame batting practice about an hour and a half before the start. It kept raining and delayed the start of the game by 35 minutes. ... Pena, who left Game 1 after two innings and missed Game 2 because of a scratched cornea, returned to the Rays' lineup and had two hits. ... The grounds crew did some work on the mound before the bottom of the fifth.
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