Hard to like what you CC in Sabathia

If ace keeps pitching like he did in Game 1, Bombers have no shot at title No. 28

Updated: October 16, 2010, 10:29 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The history between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers was supposed to be too distant to remember, too ancient to count. Derek Jeter said he could not recall a single detail from the '90s, other than the most significant one.

The Yankees won all three series the teams played.

And yet under the Friday night lights in Texas, the Yanks and Rangers borrowed a game straight out of the '90s playbook -- pick a game, any game. They all run together, and they all end ...

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