- Mets 6 Marlins 4: It is the best of times for the Mets. 32-17, best record in the National League and fresh off a sweep of the Marlins. Sunday’s win was a balanced effort with Jorge Sosa giving a solid start, the bullpen doing its job and the offense taking advantage of seven walks. Damion Easley showed his versatility, starting in left field and contributing 2 hits. Five different Mets had a RBI and the club will enjoy their day off tomorrow before Barry Bonds comes to town.
- Angels 4 Yankees 3: It is the worst of times in the Bronx. Not only have the Yankees just been swept at home, but also they are now an almost insurmountable 12-½ games behind Boston. Sunday’s loss was particularly painful because they wasted a very good start by Mike Mussina when Scott Proctor couldn’t find the plate and walked in two runs. New York will keep searching for answers tomorrow night in Toronto.
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