- Red Sox 12, Mets 5: With all the things that went wrong on this road trip, the Mets can still be pleased they finished 5-5. That doesn't mean they should be happy with Sunday's performance. Tim Redding got destroyed, allowing six runs on eight hits in 4 2/3 innings. The Mets led this game, 5-3, at one point but didn't hang in there. They did the Yankees some favors by winning the first two games, but Ramon Castro's 2-for-4 day with a home run was not enough. A Monday night game against Washington awaits.
- Phillies 4, Yankees 3 (11 innings): Melky Cabrera had some more ninth-inning magic with a game-tying single in the bottom of the ninth, but the carriage turned back into a pumpkin when Brett Tomko gave up a run in top of the 11th. Why is Tomko on the team again? He hasn't been decent since 2004. CC Sabathia and Cole Hamels went back and forth, with Hamels standing to win the game before the Yankees came back against Brad Lidge for the second straight day. Mark Teixeira had a solo homer but made up for it by hitting into a huge double play with first and second and no one out in the bottom of the 10th. The Yankees won only one of three this weekend and couldn't match the Mets' generosity. They start a road trip with a matinée in Texas on Monday.
- Fire 1, Red Bulls 0: Chicago hasn't lost this season. The Red Bulls are stuck in last place with only nine points. They have one more game left in this four-game homestand.
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