AL EAST W L GB L10 STK E#
Boston Red Sox 20 10 - 7-3 W1
New York Yankees 14 15 5.5 6-4 W2 128
Baltimore Orioles 14 17 6.5 3-7 L1 126
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 14 17 6.5 5-5 L1 126
Toronto Blue Jays 13 18 7.5 2-8 L6 125


Yankees 5, Mariners 0. We can understand if nobody noticed that the Yankees beat the Mariners for their second straight win. Apparently news came down that the Evil Empire added a couple of dollars to their payroll with the signing of some veteran pitcher. With the Red Sox off to a huge start, and Houston being Houston, there is no surprise in this move, so let’s move on.

Red Sox 4, Twins 3. JD Drew drove in 2 runs without hurting himself and Curt Shilling didn’t allow a run until the 7th inning.

Indians 9, Orioles 6. The Tribe scores 7 runs in the 4th and 5th innings and cruised behind CC Sabathia and his crooked cap.

Rangers 3, Blue Jays 2. Michael Young’s solo home run in the 8th put the Rangers on top and sent the Jays to their 6th straight loss.

NOTE FROM AROUND THE AL EAST

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