Texas ties AL record by turning 6 DPs vs Yankees

Undefeated Matt Harrison and Texas tied an AL
record by turning six double plays and the Rangers picked up where
they left off last October, beating the New York Yankees 5-3 Friday
night.
The teams played for the first time since Texas battered the
Yankees to win last year's AL championship series in six games. The
Rangers won this time with pitching, thanks to Harrison (3-0) and
his sure-handed fielders on a chilly, windy evening.
Texas turned double plays on grounders by the first six hitters
in the New York lineup - Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Robinson
Cano, Derek Jeter, Andruw Jones and Nick Swisher.
This was the 15th time an AL team made six DPs in a game. The
major league mark for double plays in a game is seven by San
Francisco in 1969.