Photograph of Derek Jeter running as he passes Lou Gehrig's all time Yankee hit record by Frank Franklin II/AP

  • Baltimore 10 Yankees 4: Derek Jeter is all alone atop the Yankees’ career hit list. Jeter struck out in the first, but laced a single to right in the third to set the record. His teammates mobbed him and the game was delayed for several minutes as the crowd roared its approval. But, Jeter hit into a key double play later in the game and the bullpen imploded leaving the Yankees with a big deficit they couldn't overcome.
  • Philadelphia 4 Mets 2: The Phillies took the first game of a series that looked meaningful on paper in April, but mattered little in September. Cole Hamels stymied the Mets’ offense and the Mets squandered a golden chance in the ninth to tie the game.