Rangers 10, Yankees 3: After losing Tuesday's game, the odds of the Yankees advancing from the ALCS aren't good. Only six teams have dug themselves out of a 3-1 deficit in a League Championship Series, most recently the 2007 Red Sox. But if the Yankees want to reach the World Series for the 41st time and stop the Rangers from reaching Series for the first time, that's exactly what they'll have to do.

A.J. Burnett, who hadn't pitched since October 2nd, managed to make it into the 6th inning with a 3-2 Yankees lead. Unfortunately for his team, that's when the light-hitting Bengie Molina (5 regular season home runs) hit a three-run home run. Molina's homer put the Rangers up for good, but they added two runs in the 7th and three runs in the 9th for good measure.

The game wasn't without controversy though. In a play reminiscent of the 1996 ALCS, when Jeffrey Maier reached over the right field wall, grabbing a Derek Jeter ball that was ruled a home run. This time, a fan grabbed a ball hit by Robinson Cano after it touched the top of the right field wall. The ball was called a home run on the field and not reviewed. Later in the inning, a ball hit by Lance Berkman was ruled a home run on the field, but was overturned by instant replay.

CC Sabathia will try to save the Yankees from elimination on Wednesday, facing C.J. Wilson of the Rangers. Any comeback attempt by the Yankees will be without Mark Teixeira, who was helped off the field in the 5th inning after straining his hamstring while running to first.