• Ravens 10, Jets 9:Rex Ryan was probably swearing after last night's disappointing season opener. His team had 145 penalty yards and 176 total yards of offense. That's not a good ratio. They also had only six first downs, which tied a franchise low. The Ravens had that many first downs by penalty. The Jets defense forced three early turnovers, but the offense couldn't turn them into more than six points. If the Jets still want to win the Super Bowl -- and Rex Ryan says they do -- Mark Sanchez will probably have to throw for more than 74 yards in games. He and the offense have a lot of work to do. The Patriots visit New Meadowlands Stadium on Sunday.
  • Rays 1, Yankees 0 (11 innings): CC Sabathia threw up eight zeros but got no support from his offense. Then the Yankees, working with a short bullpen, fell when Mitre gave up a solo homer to Reid Brignac in the bottom of the 11th. Dave Robertson and Joba Chamberlain apparently weren't available, which explains why Chad Gaudin and Sergio Mitre each pitched in extra innings. The Yankees managed four hits in 11 innings. David Price held them in check and then some. With the loss, the Yankees trail the Rays by a half-game in the American League East.

  • Mets 1, Pirates 0 (10 innings): Nick Evans singled home Ruben Tejada as the Mets ended the misery with an extra-innings win. Dillon Gee pitched six innings of scoreless ball, walking four and striking out three. Elmer Dessens, Pedro Feliciano and Hisanori Takahashi finished the deal.