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Gerrit Cole makes history but Yankees lose second straight to Rangers

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It was a gorgeous first inning for the Yankees, as Gerrit Cole made history by striking out the side and three singles produced a 1-0 lead over the Rangers. From there, it wasn’t so pretty. Cole broke the four-day-old MLB record for most consecutive strikeouts with a walk at 61, but he was catching too much of the plate Monday night. He gave up five runs on five hits, including two homers, and the Yankees lost 5-2 to the Rangers. When Joey Gallo walked to break Cole’s record streak, ball four skipped past Kyle Higashioka and Gallo sprinted to first base before tripping on the bag and wiping ou…

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