Yankees top Rangers 4-2 in series finale
New York — Colby Lewis allowed three runs in the middle innings after a fast start, and former Rangers pitcher Brandon McCarthy allowed only one in six innings as the Yankees closed the four-game series with their third straight win, 4-2.
Lewis retired the first eight and took a no-hitter and a 1-0 lead into the fourth, which opened the a Brett Gardner blooper than landed fair just inside the left-field line. Chase Headley tied it with a two-out single, and the Yankees never trailed after scoring two more in the fifth.
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