New York Yankees defeat Texas Rangers, 5-2

When your job description is basically that of being Derek Jeter's seldom-used caddie, game day can be a rather monotonous routine.

Batting practice, followed by fielding practice, followed by get yourself a good seat in the dugout to watch the game.

Such is life for Ramiro Pena. At 24, he's happy just to be in the major leagues, and has a championship ring after batting .287 in 115 at-bats as a rookie in 2009. Not that he wishes any ill will on the Yankee captain - a p...

Andy Pettitte's 194th victory in pinstripes was a turn-back-the-clock performance, a dominant outing from the homegrown lefthander while the starting shortstop provided the critical run support.

Only this time, it was Ramiro Pena providing the big hit with Derek Jeter taking the day off with a cold, and Pettitte doing all the rest in a 5-2 victory that completed a three-game sweep of the Texas Rangers and sent the Yankees off to the West Coast with four straight wins an...