• Yankees 11, Blue Jays 5: Five different Yankees went deep behind Dustin Moseley as the team evened its three-game set in Toronto. Mark Teixeira and Marcus Thames went deep in a four-run third, Curtis Granderson hit a three-run homer in a four-run fifth. Moseley walked four and struck out four in his six innings of two-run ball. The Yankees got to Marc Rzepczynski without much difficulty. They had 17 hits, one shy of their season high. Phil Hughes will face Brett Cecil in the rubber game.
  • Mets 6, Marlins 5: Luis Castillo had the crowning moment of his season, hitting a walk-off single to score Ike Davis in this back-and-forth affair at Citi Field. R.A. Dickey looked as though he would have another quality outing under his belt, but he served up a three-run homer to Gaby Sanchez in the seventh inning. Had he gotten Sanchez out, his line would have looked a lot different. Instead, Dickey allowed five runs in seven innings, but he was bailed out by Castillo and the comeback.