NEW YORK (AP) - Scott Feldman and a reshuffled Texas bullpen
shut down the New York Yankees on four hits, leading the Rangers to
a 2-1 victory Monday night.
The win moved Texas to 43-41, the first time since Sept. 22,
2006, the Rangers have been two games over .500.
Rangers relievers threw 3 1-3 perfect innings, never letting a
ball out of the infield. C.J. Wilson closed for his 18th save in 20
Josh Hamilton looped an RBI single and recently promoted rookie
Chris Davis delivered another key hit for Texas off Mike Mussina
Alex Rodriguez hit his 534th home run for the Yankees, tying
Jimmie Foxx for 14th place on the career list.
Feldman (2-4) won for the first time in nine starts, pitching 5
2-3 effective innings.
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