2006_04_syankeeslogo.jpg-Yankees 5, Blue Jays 4: After playing like they were going to drop their third straight game in Toronto, the Yankees' offense woke up just in time to win Saturday. Chien Ming Wang pitched a decent game, Alex Rodriguez struck out four times, and Mariano Rivera pitched an uneventful ninth inning for the save. Sometimes, Wang must wonder how good he'd be if his defense were even average behind him. Wang struck out only one; he has always relied on getting ground balls turned into outs. If his team's defense ever improved, Wang's success would be even greater.

-Mets 4, Astros 3: Willie Randolph pitched John Maine on Friday night because he didn't want the rain to disrupt the routine of Orlando Hernandez. Instead of predicting the weather, Randolph should concentrate on the bigger picture. Hernandez's start was delayed by rain on Saturday, but the Mets still rallied past the Astros. His arm might not hold up until the playoffs, but if it does, the Mets will be tempted to use it.

-Storm 91, Liberty 54: Becky Hammon is important to the Liberty. She missed her fifth straight game with a sprained ankle, and her teammates absorbed the worst loss in team history.

-Red Bulls 1, Wizards 0: Biding their time until Bruce Arena arrives to try to save the day, the Red Bulls used a goal in the 25th minute to win at home.