- Yankees 4, Rays 3: A two-run deficit turned into a one-run win after a bases-loaded walk (Robinson Cano), a booted double-play grounder (Jorge Posada) and an infield grounder (Hideki Matsui). Mariano Rivera rebounded from a rough Saturday to save the game for Alfredo Aceves. Joba Chamberlain allowed three runs in six innings, and Nick Swisher had a solo homer. Yankee Stadium still hasn't had a game without a homer this season. After Texas beat Boston, the Yankees are back in first place by a half-game.
- Mets 7, Nationals 0: Livan Hernandez pitched seven scoreless innings and got five runs of support before he even took the mound as the Mets rolled in this rubber game. Five different Mets knocked in runs. Hernandez, whose ERA is 3.88, is probably living a charmed life. He walked four and struck out four. Although he's been everything the Mets could have asked for so far, don't count on him down the road.
- Revolution 4, Red Bulls 0: Awful. The Red Bulls have lost four straight, have no wins in their last five games and have just nine points in 14 games overall.
Last Night's Action: No Style Points for Yankees
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