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Yankees retire Bernie Williams' No. 51

The Yanks unveiled his plaque that will reside in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium before their series finale against the Rangers. Said Williams: "This is unbelievable. ... I am overwhelmed."

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Yankees Video: Brian McCann 2-run single in 1st, team blanked rest of way in loss to Rangers, completing 3-game sweep

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Rangers Highlight: Adam Rosales 2-run HR, Prince Fielder 3 H and 2 RBI, complete 3-game sweep of Yankees with 5-2 win

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Slumping Yankees lose again

After New York retired the number of former center fielder Bernie Williams, the Yankees fell to the Rangers 5-2, their 10th loss in 11 games.

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Rangers, Yankees going in opposite directions

Texas has won five in a row. New York has lost 10 of 11. What are the Yankees doing wrong and the Rangers doing right? The Sunday Night Baseball crew breaks it down.

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Kieran Darcy @KieranDarcy

Girardi sounds a little concerned about McCann, who came out early. Started out feeling like cramp in foot, but then calf acted up. #yankees

Final: Rangers 5, Yankees 2

Prince Fielder (3-for-5) drove in two runs, and Yovani Gallardo kept the Yankees' bats quiet over 6 IP as Texas swept the three-game set in the Bronx. New York has lost 10 of 11. Box score

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Rangers snap scoreless streak in Bronx

After scoring a combined five runs through the first two innings, the Yankees and Rangers went scoreless over the next four frames. But Texas just added two runs in the 7th and leads 5-2, forcing Joe Girardi to turn to Dellin Betances. Watch live

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