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Rapid Reaction: Rangers 5, Yankees 2

A night after scoring 21 runs, the New York Yankees could muster only two against Colby Lewis and the Texas Rangers bullpen.

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Rangers beat Yanks, end 3-game skid

Rangers RF Shin-Soo Choo went 3-for-4, and LF Josh Hamilton went 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs in the Rangers' 5-2 win over the Yanks, who have now lost just twice in the last 10 games. Box score

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Rangers designate P Rodriguez for assignment

Veteran left-hander Wandy Rodriguez has been designated for assignment by the Texas Rangers, who recalled relievers Alex Claudio and Jon Edwards from Triple-A Round Rock.

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Tigers GM tells teams Price, others available

The Tigers have told teams they will consider trading all their potential free agents -- David Price, Yoenis Cespedes, Joakim Soria and others -- between now and Friday's deadline.

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Gregorius growing into his role

With four more hits Tuesday night, Didi Gregorius continues to show improvement since the All-Star break. The shortstop's great day lands him among the day's top performers. Kahrl: Tuesday's Top 5

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Everybody scores!!! All The of New York Yankees' starters cross the plate in their 21-5 win over the Texas Rangers. New York has won 13 of last 16.

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Final: Yankees 21, Rangers 5

The Yankees spotted the Rangers a 5-0 lead, but they would erase that easily as New York tallied 11 runs in the 2nd inning in the rout. Texas sent 11 to the plate in the 1st inning, but didn't record a hit after that frame. Box score

Rangers turn to position player in 9th

Adam Rosales -- a 2B -- was forced to take the mound for Texas, and Brett Gardner took advantage with a 2-run homer to makes it 21-5. The Yankees' 21 runs are the most by any team in a game this season and it's tied for the 2nd-most that the Rangers have ever allowed. Follow live

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Yankees up to 19 runs vs. Rangers

Chris Young is 3-for-4 with 5 RBIs, Didi Gregorius has a career-high 4 hits, and New York has racked up 18 hits through 6 innings. The last time the Yankees scored more than 20 runs was an August 2011 victory over the A's. Follow live

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Starters don't last long in Arlington

Chris Capuano and Martin Perez both allowed at least 5 runs and recorded no more than 3 outs in tonight's Yankees-Rangers game. The last game in which both starters did that was April 10, 1999 --the Twins' Benj Sampson and the Indians' Dwight Gooden (via Elias). Follow live

Runs keep coming in Arlington

Chris Young smacked a grand slam to put the Yankees up 15-5 over the Rangers. New York has put up huge numbers in just three innings:

  • All 9 Yankees have scored a run
  • 7 Yankees have recorded an RBI, while 4 have multiple RBIs
  • 6 Yankees have a multi-hit game
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Yankees score 11 runs in 2nd inning

New York faced an uphill battle trailing 5-0 after the 1st inning. But the Yankees sent 15 batters to the plate in the 2nd and became the first team to score 11 runs in an inning since the Rangers in August 2013. Follow live

Yankees make quick work of deficit

New York found itself down 5-0 after starter Chris Capuano didn't make it out of the 1st inning. But the Yankees scored 6 runs on 7 hits to storm to the lead in the top of the 2nd before recording an out, which ended Texas starter Martin Perez's day. Follow live

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4792nd
Batting Average.2577th
On Base Percentage.3255th
Slugging Percentage.4333rd
Earned Run Average3.9319th
Quality Starts4226th
WHIP1.2514th
BAA.25117th

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