2006_04_smetslogo.jpg-Mets 7, Rockies 4: After honoring the 1986 championship team, the Mets relied on Lastings Milledge and other young players to win their second straight over the Rockies. The best parts of Saturday's game were Milledge's comments that he lived the '86 championship "through highlights and stuff" and the Mets' throwback uniforms. Things were simpler when the Mets wore only blue hats and had only two jerseys -- one home, one away. Do they really need the black jerseys?

-Yankees 13, Red Sox 5: For a while, things were close, but at the end, it was so out of hand that Sal Fasano pinch-ran for Jorge Posada. The Yankees won four straight in Boston during the so-called Boston Massacre in 1978. They have won three straight games and have shredded the Red Sox pitching while doing it. Red Sox starter Josh Beckett, in performance he described as "unacceptable," walked nine batters, and the Yankees scored at least 12 runs for the third straight game. There are still two more games in the series, and the Yanks will lose momentum if they do not split the remaining two.