Rangers blow lead, Yankees rally to win

Marcus Thames hit a long homer then had the go-ahead RBI single in the ninth inning as the New York Yankees rallied from five runs down to beat the Texas Rangers 7-6 on Wednesday night for a split in the two-game series between the division leaders.
Thames' grounder between shortstop and third base came after
Derek Jeter had tied the game with a chopper past a drawn-in
infield, an RBI single off Rangers rookie All-Star closer Neftali
Feliz (3-3).
Mariano Rivera worked the ninth for his 24th save in 26 chances,
a night after giving up a 10th-inning single and losing for the
first time in 32 career appearances at Rangers Ballpark over 16
seasons.



 
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