Yankees Beat Rangers On Walk-Off Passed BallChase Headley scored on a passed ball with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, and the Yankees won in their final at-bat for the second straight game to beat the Texas Rangers 2-1 on Thursday afternoon.
Rangers Waste 4-Run Lead In 9th, Lose To Yanks 9-7Texas had a 98.8 percent probability of beating the New York Yankees, extending their winning streak to five and improving to 21-6 in June.
Hamels, Beltre Lead Rollin' Rangers To 7-1 Win Over YankeesHamels breezed through seven shutout innings to win his fourth consecutive start, Adrian Beltre homered and drove in three runs, and Texas trounced the New York Yankees 7-1 on Tuesday night.
Rangers Rally After 3-1/2-Hour Rain Delay, Beat Yankees 9-6The Texas Rangers wrapped up a weird win at 2:44 a.m. Tuesday, rallying after a rain delay of more than 3 1/2 hours in the ninth inning to beat the New York Yankees 9-6 with maybe 100 fans left in the stands.
Tough Start For 2015 AL Playoff Teams, Except TexasOnly one team from last year's AL postseason is in position to return based on the current standings, and that's the Rangers. The other four playoff teams are all at or below .500 with two of them being in last place.
Andrus' RBI Triple Pushes Rangers Over YankeesElvis Andrus had the game-winning RBI triple for the Texas Rangers on a night when their shortstop from more than a decade ago hit his 100th homer in the stadium.
Griffin Strong For 8 innings, Rangers Beat Yankees 10-1In his latest start, Griffin pitched eight strong innings -- the longest outing by a Texas starter this season -- to lead the Rangers to a 10-1 victory over the New York Yankees on Tuesday night.
Eovaldi Takes No-Hit Bid Into 7th, Yankees Win 3-1 Over RangersTexas finally ended a no-hit bid by New York Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi to start to the seventh, and got its only run off a reliever the following inning in a 3-1 loss for a four-game losing streak in which the Rangers have hit .178 and scored only five runs.
A-Rod Says He Plans To Retire After 2017 SeasonAlex Rodriguez said that he plans to retire from baseball after the 2017 season, when his $275 million, 10-year contract with the Yankees expires. The 40-year-old slugger is fourth on the career home run list.
Forbes: Yankees Named Most Valuable MLB Franchise For 19th Straight YearForbes estimates the New York Yankees are worth $3.4 billion, up 6 percent from last year and the highest evaluation for the 19th straight year.
30 Players: Yankees May Have Next Ace Sooner Than Expected In Luis SeverinoLuis Severino looks like the next Yankees ace.
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