Yankees’ Corey Kluber throws no-hitter against Rangers

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Corey Kluber was a gamble when the Yankees handed him $11 million last offseason and hoped he could recapture something like the form that had made him a two-time Cy Young Award winner. He had lost most of two seasons to injury and there were no guarantees he’d ever be the same, but he’d shown enough to dream on. The Yankees believed and now he’s part of the club’s lore. Relying on a nasty breaking ball, the 35-year-old righty pitched the 12th no-hit game in Yankees history Wednesday night in a 2-0 victory over the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Three of those Yankee no…

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