Notes on a day in baseball:

‚ÄĘ Pete Coors Talks Some Smack. The Yankees ventured into the Rocky Mountains as the hottest team in baseball, and were chased out by people with brooms. Colorado took a 4-3 victory at Coors Field on Thursday to complete a three-game sweep, and New York's resurgence is officially on the DL. Rodrigo Lopez got the win (with relief help from Jorge Julio, who got him out of a jam in the sixth) as the Rockies won their seventh game in eight tries. Matt Holliday knocked the Roger Clemens out of the game and gave the Rockies a 3-2 lead with an run-scoring single in the fifth.

‚ÄĘ With Hugh Beaumont, Chad Billingsley, Tony Dow, And Jerry Mathers As The Beaver. Canada's own Russell Martin had a two-run double in the Dodgers' six-run eighth and Chad Billiningsley got the win, 8-4 over the Blue Jays.

‚ÄĘ Bring On Griffey! Felix Hernandez ‚ÄĒ remember him? ‚ÄĒ shut out the Pirates for eight innings on nine strikeouts, and Jose Lopez doubled in two to lead the Mariners took a 3-0 win.

‚ÄĘ Now That This Sammy Sosa Business Is Over. The Rangers got back-to-back homers from Victor Diaz and Adam Melhuse, a two-run single from Marlon Byrd, and a game-winning single from pinch-hitter Frank Catalanotto in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Cubs 6-5.