- Mets 3 Giants 2: It’s hard to see the Mets playing any role other than spoiler in the pennant race, but they played that role well this weekend. New York clinched the season series thanks to a Daniel Murphy single in the ninth. Murphy lined 2-2 pitch into right field and Jeff Francoeur just beat the throw home to give the Mets their first walkoff win since May 29th. K-Rod picked up the win in relief and Luis Castillo added his first home run of the season.
- Seattle 10 Yankees 3: Sooner or later the Yankees were going to suffer a bad loss and this was definitely a bad loss. Alfredo Aceves and Chad Gaudin imploded in a horrific seventh inning and the Yankees lost the last game of their series with the Mariners. But, they won three-of-four and remain 7-1/2 games ahead of the Red Sox.
- Liberty 60 Washington 59: Janel McCarville won it for the Liberty with a three-point play near the end of the fourth quarter. McCarvile hit a game-tying layup and was fouled allowing her to shoot a free throw for the lead. She converted and the New York defense held for the final few seconds to earn the win.
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