Awesome. The DSL works. Got the all in one IM app working, and my mother has been exposed to the genius that is Flight of the Conchords. Now, to get readjusted to working on a Mac, and I’m solid.
Mets 8, Cubs 3 – Tom Glavine pitches 6.2 of 2-run ball to get victory #300 for the career, and his teammates made sure he got it with 16 hits, four of them coming from new 2B Luis Castillo, and Carlos Delgado drove in four runs.
Angels 4, A’s 3 – These teams don’t like each other much. John Lackey accused Dan Haren of throwing behind Vlad the Impaler, but nothing really broke out — Garret Anderson drove in three, and Casey Kotchmann drove in the go-ahead run off the A’s bullpen.
Twins 1, Indians 0 – Scott Baker throws eight innings of shutout ball while Alexi Casilla drives in the sole run with a double.
Diamondbacks 3, Dodgers 0 – Brad Penny hasn’t had the luck lately. Two straight losses, this time because Brandon Webb plowed through the Dodger line-up, despite giving up seven hits.
Red Sox 9, Mariners 2 – The M’s couldn’t stop Coco Crisp, so their mascot tried to (although most likely an accident), clipping the CF with his ATV during a stunt in the fifth. Crisp doubled twice, scored twice, and drove in another run.
White Sox 3, Tigers 1 – Not good for Detroit, as the South Siders sweep the Tigers courtesy of a strong pitching performance by Gavin Floyd.
Braves 6, Rockies 5 (F/10) – A game that went back and forth when Yunel Escobar, filling in for the injured Edgar Renteria, drives in the game-winning run in the 10th with a single.
Phillies 8, Brewers 6 (F/11) – When the Phils are good, they’re scary good, and pinging three runs off Francisco Cordero to send a game to extras is good — 3B Wes Helms nailed a 2-run double in the top of the 11th to get the runs necessary for the win.
(Photo: AP/Nam Y. Huh)