• Boston 11 Yankees 6: It was a bunch of little things that proved the Yankees undoing in a disastrous seventh inning. Bobby Abreu showed once again that he is afraid of walls by completely botching a flyball to start the inning. After an intentional walk to Manny Ramirez, Scott Proctor, not wanting to come anywhere near Kevin Youkilis after last night, walked him to load the bases. Then Robinson Cano half-assed a throw to Jeter on what should have been a double play and Jeter’s relay throw caused Doug Mientkiewicz to collide with Mike Lowell’s hip. Mientkiewicz left the game on a cart and the Red Sox had a 7-6 lead. Jeter then botched what should have been the inning-ending double play and A-Rod forgot that a thirdbaseman’s job is to cover third base. When the inning finally ended, the Red Sox had a 10-6 lead and the Yankees were back to 13.5 games out in the standings.
  • Mets 7 Arizona 1: Carlos Delgado kept up his recent hot streak with another home run and Jorge Sosa improved to 5-1 with six and two-third innings of solid pitching as the Mets ended the Diamondbacks eight-game wining streak. Delgado got things going with a home run in the fourth and David Newhan and Ben Johnson both got RBI’s to stretch the lead to 3-1. Ruben Gotay had a three-run homer and Jose Reyes tripled in the final run for the Mets.
  • Kansas City 3 Red Bulls 2: Eddie Johnson didn't even need the rest of his team to beat the Red Bulls as he scored three himself. For Johnson, that's 6 goals in two games.