2006_04_smetslogo.jpg-Mets 2 Rockies 0: On a day when New York received grim news about Tom Glavine El Duque gave them a big lift. Hernandez was brilliant, giving up five hits while striking out eight and got all the support he needed from a Carlos Delgado home run in the second. Carlos Beltran added his 35th homer of the season in the sixth as the Mets swept Colorado and won their 75th game.

-Yankees 8 Red Sox 5 (10 innings) Boston jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but Jason Giambi brought the Yankees back with a 3-run blast. The Red Sox took a 5-3 lead into the eighth, but the Yankees scratched out single runs in the 8th and 9th to tie the game. Giambi then hit a solo shot in the tenth and Posada added a two-run blast as New York took its fourth-straight game at Fenway.

-Lemont 1 Staten Island 0: For five innings, Staten Island was no-hit. Then, after a one-out walk, they recorded their first hit of the game. The Lemont outfielder threw out the runner trying to advance to third and a double play was recorded when the batter forgot how many outs there were and was tagged out heading back to the dugout.