- Yankees 10, White Sox 0: Sergio Mitre easily had the best game of his season yesterday, if not his career. Mitre managed to one-hit the White Sox over 6 1/3 innings of work as the Yankees offense pounded Jose Contreras for eight runs. Mitre's fantastic start was cut short after taking a come-backer from A.J. Pierzynski in the right forearm. X-rays on the arm were negative. Chad Gaudin came into the game in relief and didn't allow Chicago to get another hit. Two-run doubles by Jerry Hairston and Johnny Damon in the 2nd inning started the scoring for the Yankees, who added four more runs in the 4th inning when the Sox had two errors. The Yankees go for the series sweep today.
- Cubs 11, Mets 4: Hey, look! The Mets managed to explode for four runs. Too bad the Cubs nearly tripled the Mets output. While the Mets managed to lead the game at two points, the Cubs put themselves ahead for good in the 5th inning when Jake Fox hit a grand slam, chasing starter Bobby Parnell from the game. The Cubs go for the series sweep today.
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