Rangers 2, Yankees 0
NEW YORK — Derek Holland's two-hit shutout helped the Rangers cap a 5-1 road trip. It was the fewest hits allowed in a shutout by a Rangers pitcher in New York since the franchise moved from Washington before the 1972 season. Holland entered 0-5 with an 8.85 ERA vs. New York during the regular season (he earned a win with 52/3 shutout innings against them in the 2010 AL Championship Series). He didn't allow a runner after the third inning. Texas centerfielder Engel Beltre got two hits in his first big-league start.