2010 ALCS Game 5: New York Yankees-Texas Rangers Report Card

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2010 ALCS Game 5: New York Yankees-Texas Rangers Report Card
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The New York Yankees ensured there would be at least one more game in this year's ALCS with a 7-2 victory over the Texas Rangers in Game Five at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday.

The Yanks got to C.J. Wilson early and often, and while C.C. Sabathia wasn't particularly sharp, he did enough to get the ball to the bullpen with the lead.

Nick Swisher and Robinson Cano went back-to-back for New York, Curtis Granderson had three hits and Alex Rodriguez looked good at the plate, in the field and on the basepaths.

For Texas, Elvis Andrus had three hits but an avoidable baserunning faux pas, and the No. 3 and 4 hitters went just 1-for-8.

Here are the grades and report cards for Game Five.

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