Yankees 6 Tampa Bay 2: Joba Chamberlain pitched another great game and the Yankees hit three homers to back him as they took two-of-three in Tampa. Chamberlain allowed only three hits, while striking out five over eight innings. Robinson Cano, Melky Cabrera and Mark Teixeira all went deep, part of a 12-hit attack for the Yankees. The win combined with a Boston loss, puts the Yankees 3-1/2 games into first. Fun fact: Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was at the game; Chamberlain said of the Boss's presence, "It's great he came here. It's definitely good to get a win when he's in the house. I heard stories about when he was here. It was a little nerve-racking. I got a little nervous knowing he was in the house."
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