• Yankees 5, Blue Jays 4: One day after seeing Jorge Posada provoke a bench-clearing brawl, the Yankees saw his backup win the game in walk-off fashion. Francisco Cervelli hit a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth after Hideki Matsui tied the game with a two-run homer in the eighth. Chad Gaudin went 5 2/3 innings of three-run ball. With the Red Sox' come-from-behind win at Fenway, the Yankees' magic number is 11 as they prepare to go to the West Coast for one final time this season.

  • Braves 6, Mets 5: With the Mets leading by a run entering the bottom of the ninth, Daniel Murphy decided he wanted the Mets to get to 20 games under .500. First, despite guarding the line, he let a Garret Anderson grounder turn into a double by not lunging for it, thinking it was foul. After the Braves had tied the game and had runners on first and second, Murphy made an error that allowed the winning run to score. For those who think Muprpy's offense makes up for his "defense" at first base, think again. He has a .309 on-base percentage and a .403 slugging. That's not even good enough for a great defensive first baseman. Closer Francisco Rodriguez wasn't pleased, either.