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Reeling Yanks swept by Texas, tumble to .500

All the pomp and circumstance of Bernie Williams Night couldn't obscure the fact that the current Yankees -- losers of six straight and 10 of 11 -- are in a free fall.

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Sunday's power rankings

Sunday's top performances in baseball included another strong start by Michael Wacha, who improved to 7-0 by beating the Royals.

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Rangers, Yankees going in opposite directions (1:08)

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Goins, Encarnacion homer to lift Toronto (0:48)

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6hDoug Kern

Kernels: Aces Wild

Highlighting the most notable pitching performances in MLB over the past week.

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Yankees retire Bernie Williams' No. 51

The Yanks unveiled his plaque that will reside in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium before their series finale against the Rangers. Said Williams: "This is unbelievable. ... I am overwhelmed."

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Yankees Video: Brian McCann 2-run single in 1st, team blanked rest of way in loss to Rangers, completing 3-game sweep

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Rangers Highlight: Adam Rosales 2-run HR, Prince Fielder 3 H and 2 RBI, complete 3-game sweep of Yankees with 5-2 win

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Slumping Yankees lose again

After New York retired the number of former center fielder Bernie Williams, the Yankees fell to the Rangers 5-2, their 10th loss in 11 games.

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Rangers, Yankees going in opposite directions

Texas has won five in a row. New York has lost 10 of 11. What are the Yankees doing wrong and the Rangers doing right? The Sunday Night Baseball crew breaks it down.

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Kieran Darcy @KieranDarcy

Girardi sounds a little concerned about McCann, who came out early. Started out feeling like cramp in foot, but then calf acted up. #yankees

Final: Rangers 5, Yankees 2

Prince Fielder (3-for-5) drove in two runs, and Yovani Gallardo kept the Yankees' bats quiet over 6 IP as Texas swept the three-game set in the Bronx. New York has lost 10 of 11. Box score

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Rangers snap scoreless streak in Bronx

After scoring a combined five runs through the first two innings, the Yankees and Rangers went scoreless over the next four frames. But Texas just added two runs in the 7th and leads 5-2, forcing Joe Girardi to turn to Dellin Betances. Watch live

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Girardi goes to bullpen in fifth inning

Yankees starter Chris Capuano was pulled for Chasen Shreve with two Rangers on and one out in the top of the fifth inning. Capuano allowed 3 runs (2 earned) on 8 hits over 4 1/3 inning. Watch live

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Bronx wind carried Rangers to 3-2 lead

Adam Rosales' two-run shot in the second inning was calculated at 379 feet and would not have been a home run at Yankee Stadium under normal weather conditions. A 4-mph wind impacted the home run by 4 feet. Watch live

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Final: Rockies 11, Giants 2

Nolan Arenado capped the Rockies' 8-run fourth inning with a three-run HR to help Colorado crush San Fran at Coors Field. Rockies starter Chad Bettis, who fell two outs shy of a complete game, held the Giants to two runs and fanned 7. Box score

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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Heard this:Fielder came back this year invested in this team. Taken on leadership role; can hear him constantly talking to others in dugout.

Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Terry Collins in his pregame meeting with reporters today said several starting pitchers, including Matt Harvey, may be getting "dead arm."