- Yankees 11, Rangers 1: When Phil Hughes last pitched in Arlington, Texas, he had a no-hitter through 6 1/3 innings when he left with an injured hamstring. This time around, he allowed three hits and no runs in eight scoreless innings. Alex Rodriguez went 5-for-5 with four RBIs, and the Yankees, looking foolish in red Memorial Day caps, started a seven-game road trip off on the right foot. Johnny Damon had three runs scored and Kevin Cash tripled his hits total for the season by going 3-for-5. Joba Chamberlain will start Tuesday, but Brian Bruney is headed back to the disabled list.
- Mets 5, Nationals 2: Good thing Omar Minaya picked up Gary Sheffield. While Ryan Church alternates from being a punchless outfielder to injured, Sheffield hit a go-ahead three-run homer off Washington starter -- and Long Beach native -- John Lannan in the sixth inning. John Maine pitched six innings of one-run ball, striking out four and and walking three. Ramon Martinez and Carlos Beltran also had RBIs.
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