Brandon Webb didn't have his best performance of the year, but he can thank Augie Ojeda for helping him notch a seventh consecutive win. The Arizona reserve filled in mightily for the injured Orlando Hudson, driving in six of the runs in the 10-4 win over the Mets. Ojeda had three hits, including two that went for doubles. He also got on base in the seventh when Aaron Heilman drilled him in the leg for his trouble.

Hank is happy again. Mike Mussina put together another solid start and the Yankees rode it to 6-1 victory over the struggling Mariners. Things could be going better for New York's pitching staff, but Hank must be happy to see his veterans holding steady while the younger find their way. The Yankees pounded out 13 hits on the day, 12 of which came off of Seattle's King Felix in 5.2 innings of work.

The NL West is raking. James Loney was the hero last night in LA's 12-7 win in Colorado. The young first baseman matched Ojeda for the night's lead in RBI with six on just two hits, a double and a home run. Hong-Chin Kuo picked up his first win of the year, while striking out five in relief of Esteban Loaiza. Jorge De La Rosa took the loss for the Rockies, surrendering nine runs in four innings. Stupid humidifier.