We take you now to the Giants' clubhouse at Dodger Stadium, where Barry Bonds has a few words about his second straight 0-for-5 performance in a 5-3 loss to the Dodgers: "It's an embarrassment for me to be wearing this (expletive deleted) uniform 'cause of the way I'm playing. There, that's it. Now go away,'' Bonds said at his locker. Then he overturned a laundry cart as he walked through the clubhouse. Bonds is hitless in 20 straight at-bats, still four homers from tying Hank Aaron's 755. We can kind of see Bud Selig's point of view now; trying to make sure that you're on hand when Bonds breaks the record would be a neverending road trip at this point.

And defensively, Bonds misplayed James Loney's single for an error, didn't reach a foul ball that landed in the front row of the stands, and he threw to third instead of second on a base hit, allowing the hitter to take second. Matt Kemp had a run-scoring triple for the Dodgers, who scored twice on squeeze bunts.

Mauer Power. Joe Mauer singled home the winning run in the ninth after Justin Morneau's game-tying homer in the eighth, doncha know, as the Twins won 4-3, sweeping the four-game series from the Athletics.

Does It Seem As If The Yankees Play The Devil Rays Every Day? The Yankees are above .500! Free hot dogs for everyone!

Oliver! Oliver Perez pitched well in his return from the DL, the Mets beating the Reds 5-2. But it's hard not too get a little spooked by the second-place Braves, who are still 1 1/2 back.

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Blue Monday. Josh Beckett gets outpitched by ... Jesse Litsch? Blue Jays 2, Red Sox 1.