• Mets 6 Florida 5: Jose Reyes was on the bench with a bad back, but the Mets offense didn’t miss him. The first four Mets reached base and three of them scored thanks to a double from David Wright and a single from Ike Davis. But, Mike Pelfrey was bad, allowing 12 hits and not lasting five innings as he surrendered a 3-0 lead and left in the fifth with the game tied at 4. Luckily, the Marlins defense was terrible and errors and misplays led to single runs for the Mets in the 7th and 8th inning. However, the Mets bullpen struggled and K-Rod had to get the last out of the 8th inning after the Marlins scored a run. He pitched the ninth, allowing two hits, but protecting the one-run lead to earn his 18th save.
  • Seattle 7 Yankees 0: It’s been almost 19 years since the Yankees lost back-to-back complete games at home, but Felix Hernandez finished what Cliff Lee started. On a night when New Yorker’s were thinking about a different King, King Felix dominated, striking out 11 and allowing only two hits. Javier Vazquez wasn’t bad, but he wasn’t good enough to match that. On the plus side, the Red Sox lost, so the Yankees remain alone in first place.