Texas Rangers vs New York Yankees Game 6 Finals: MLB Playoff 2010 Live Coverage on ESPN - We are to witness the Texas Rangers as they take another crack of securing their first World Series berth this evening when they play the Game 6 of the American League Championship Series against the New York Yankees.
Live at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, the game 6 between the Texas Rangers vs New York Yankees will have a kick of time of 8:07 pm ET.
Apparently, with the Rangers holding a 3-2 edge in the series, the set shifts back to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, where Texas is just 1-3 this postseason. However, that lone win at home came against the Yankees in Game 2 with Colby Lewis on the hill and the righty will once again get the nod tonight trying to lock down a series win.
Lewis had spent the previous two seasons in Japan, but returned to the majors this season and went 12-13 with a 3.72 ERA with wins in three of his last four decisions.
On the other hand, the Rangers’ champagne was kept on ice Wednesday in the Bronx, as CC Sabathia grinded out six quality innings and Curtis Granderson went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI to help the Yankees stay alive with a 7-2 win.
“I’m just looking forward to the opportunity to hopefully turn in a better start than last time and get a little payback in a sense,” Hughes said. “My last one, I was horrible. I was just thankful that wasn’t my last opportunity of the season. I’m looking to turn in a better one.”
Will there be a Game 7? Let us all find out if Rangers will win in this game. Catch them live now via ESPN for the live coverage matchup between the Rangers vs Yankees. Better check your local channel listings now for the availability of the game airing schedule.
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GAME RECAP AND FINAL SCORES:
Vladimir Guerrero drove in three runs before Nelson Cruz hit a towering, two-run homer and the Rangers beat New York 6-1 Friday night in Game 6 of the AL championship series, the biggest victory in the franchise’s 50 seasons. Colby Lewis dominated over eight innings for his second win of the series and Josh Hamilton earned the ALCS MVP award. And in a state where most sports fans gear up for fall weekends by watching high school football, the Rangers gave a new meaning to Friday Night Lights.
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