Monday, September 3, 2007

Mariners lose 9th straight; Lee caps Cubs comeback

American League Seattle 4 Toronto 6 - A week ago, the Seattle Mariners were challenging for the AL West lead. Now they trail the Yankees by 2 games in the wild card standings and have fallen 6 1/2 behind the Angles in their division.
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The Mariners open a critical 3-game series in New York on Monday. Detroit 7 Oakland 8. 10 innings - The Tigers blew a 7-0 lead and lost for the 10th time in their last 16 games, remaining 5 1/2 behind Cleveland in the AL Central and 3 games behind the Yankees in the wild card. Other AL Scores Tampa Bay 8 NY Yankees 2 Chi White Sox 8 Cleveland 0 Baltimore 2 Boston 3 - Red Sox open up 6 game lead on Yankees Kansas City 8 Minnesota 1 Texas 8 LA Angels 7 National League Houston 5 Chi Cubs 6 - The Cubs rallied from a 5-1 deficit, capped by Derrek Lee's (right) 2-run homer in the 8th inning. The win enabled Chicago to maintain their leads over Milwaukee and St. Louis, both of whom won. Chicago is up by 1 1/2 over the Brewers and 2 games over the Cardinals. NY Mets 3 Atlanta 2 - Tom Glavine held the Braves to 1 run over 7 innings and David Wright delivered a 2-run homer as the Mets completed the 3-game sweep and dashed the post-season hopes of the Braves, leaving them 7 1/2 back in the division and 6 1/2 out of the wild card. Philadelphia 6 Florida 7 - The Mets opened up a 4-game lead on the Phillies, as Florida won for the second straight day. Miguel Cabrera socked his 31st home run and drove in run #94 on the season. LA Dodgers 5 San Diego 0 - Chad Billingsley (10-4) blanked the Padres on 4 hits over 7 innings as the Dodgers picked up a game on both San Diego and Arizona. The Dodgers are 4 games back of the virtual dead heat in the West. Other NL Scores San Francisco 1 Washington 2 Pittsburgh 4 Milwaukee 7 - P. Fielder, HR (40), 2 RBI (99) Cincinnati 2 St. Louis 3 Colorado 4 Arizona 3

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