- Red Sox 4, Yankees 3: CC Sabathia pitched well for seven innings, but his work in the eighth cost him the game. The Yankees rallied to take a 3-1 lead on an Alex Rodriguez double in the seventh, but Sabathia put the first three men on in the eighth before being relieved by Alfredo Aceves, who promptly finished the job. The Yankees are now 0-8 against the Red Sox, but they only trail in the American League East by two games. They wasted chances in all three games. they'll try to get things turned around against the Mets starting Friday.
- Phillies 6, Mets 3 (10 innings): One night after the Mets lost in 11 innings, they fell in 10 to their National League East rivals. Raul Ibanez's three-run homer off Ken Takahashi in the 10th was the deciding blow. It was the Phillies' eighth homer in the three-game series, which they won, two games to one. Tim Redding pitched seven innings of three-run ball, but the Mets couldn't muster more than three runs off Old Man Jamie Moyer. Luis Castillo and David Wright each had three hits. The Mets visit the Yankees on Friday to start the Subway Series.
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