White Sox 6, Angels 1: Good news: John Lackey comes back and pitches seven strong innings. Bad news: He gives way to Scot Shields. Single-single-walk-grand slam-over.
Royals 2, Tigers 0: In the past few years we saw a lot of bad starts by the Yankees, only to have them turn it around as the weather grew warm and wind up with 95 wins regardless. The Tigers aren't the Yankees, though, and I don't think it's premature to call their season over.
Yankees 2, Rays 1: New York learns to "play the Rays way." Reports of Mike Mussina's death were greatly exaggerated (6-3, 3.99 ERA).
Nationals 5, Mets 3: When you're locked in a tie game with the worst team in your division and your starter begins to tire, where do you turn? If you're Willie Randolph, you turn to Aaron Heilman: (.1 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, BB, allowed inherited runner to score).
Dodgers 6, Brewers 4: I think the problem here is that Ned Yost didn't ask Guillermo Mota (1 IP, 2 H, 3 ER, BB, blown save) if he was "ready to close." Andruw Jones -- hitting second -- turned in only his second multi-hit game of the season.
Braves 8, Phillies 6: Glavine gets his first win of the season. He's clearly only a five inning starter anymore, however (5.2, 4 H, 4 ER, only 1 hit through 5 innings) so don't expect boatloads more.
Cubs 8, Padres 3: You don't see Jake Peavy roughed up like this every day (4 IP, 7 H, 4 ER), but then again, the Cubs have a pretty good lineup.