- Mets 1, Brewers 0: This one was simple. Mike Pelfrey worked 7 2/3 scoreless innings, Ryan Church singled in the game's only run in the sixth, and the Mets snapped a five-game losing streak. Francisco Rodriguez got the save. For those looking to credit Tuesday's 28-minute meeting, note this: Pelfrey wasn't at the meeting. The Mets are one game under .500 but still in the thick of things in the wonderful world of the National League.
- Yankees 4, Mariners 2: Not only have the Yankees won seven straight games, but they haven't trailed since the sixth inning of last Wednesday's win against Atlanta. Alex Rodriguez hit a go-ahead homer for the second straight night. This time, the bullpen made it stand up. Andy Pettitte even pitched well at Yankee Stadium for once, allowing two runs in six innings. He struck out five and walked one in six innings.
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