• Giants 3, Mets 0: Barry Bonds didn't do much damage, but Barry Zito, the other half of Brothers Barry, did plenty. He struck out seven Mets -- including five looking -- through seven shutout innings as the Giants took the middle game of a three-game set. Those hoping for a reprise of Tuesday night's implosion by Armando Benitez had to be disappointed. Giants Manager Bruce Bochy went with Brad Hennessey instead and was rewarded with a 1-2-3 ninth.

  • Yankees 10, Blue Jays 5: Yankees win! Th-uuu-h Yankees win! John Sterling's signature call -- -- as sad as that is -- got its start when the Yankees stunk in the early 1990s and only won once in a while. That version of the call can be brought back, for one night at least. A five-run first inning held up until the Yankees tacked on four more in the ninth. Alex Rodriguez, made a story by the local papers whenever possible, created some controversy by apparently pretending to be a shortstop calling off Jays third baseman Howie Clark while running around the bases. The ball dropped, extending the inning. Don't expect to hear Sterling sound like a goat on an electric fence -- Rick Reilly's words -- this weekend when the Yanks visit Boston.