• Nationals 3, Yankees 2: Chien-Ming Wang pitched as if he belonged in the Major Leagues, but the Yankees' batters didn't. They got shut down by John Lannan -- of Long Beach and Chaminade High School fame -- and fell when Robinson Cano grounded into a double play to end the game with the tying run on third. Cano and Johnny Damon went deep, but those were the only two runs the Yankees scored. Wang, whose wife had a baby Tuesday, pitched five innings, allowing three runs and striking out four. He should live to see another start, but that was the Nationals' seventh road win this season
  • Orioles 6, Mets 4: Aren't teams like the Orioles the ones that are supposed to throw out starters like Tim Redding? Apparently not. Redding allowed four runs in 5 1/3 innings, and the Mets' rallies from 3-1 and 4-2 deficits were for naught when future Met Aubrey Huff homered off Pedro Feliciano. The Mets try to avoid dropping a series to the American League East's worst team on Thursday night.