2006_04_smetslogo.jpg - Mets 11, Rockies 3: Would it be safe to say that David Wright is out of his slump? We'll see when he leaves the friendly atmosphere of Colorado, but last night it certainly looked like it. Wright had a grand slam in the 1st inning against Josh Fogg. Jose Valentin added to the offensive production with two solo home runs of his own and Carlos Delgado had his own solo shot. Dave Williams pitched seven innings for the win, his second with the Mets. The win gave the Mets the best record in all of baseball.

- Yankees 2, Tigers 0: Chien-Ming Wang won his 16th game with the Yankees, only allowing 3 hits over 7 2/3 innings. The Yankees scored their runs in the 5th inning on a solo home run by Craig Wilson and a sac fly by Jason Giambi. With his spectacular performance, that was all the run support Wang needed.

- Tigers 5, Yankees 3: The Yankees were unable to sweep the day-night doubleheader as Scott Procter blew his chance at his first career save. With the Yankees up 3-2 in the 9th, Mariano Rivera unavailable because he pitched in game one and Kyle Farnsworth unavailable due to back tightness, Procter allowed the game-winning home run to Craig Monroe.

- No major upsets at the US Open as all the big names advanced. The highest seeded woman to lose was 11th seeded Anastasia Myskina, who lost to Victoria Azarenka in straight sets. On the men's side, 28th seeded Agustin Calleri lost to Carlos Moya.