Alex Rodriguez returned to the New York Yankees lineup Wednesday night, but he wasn't the story. Old man Jamie Moyer, 47, became the oldest pitcher to ever beat the Yankees, hurling eight, two-run innings in a 6-3 victory.
Moyer and his variety of slow, slower and even sloooooower stuff killed the Yankees softly. Give the guy credit -- with the stuff he throws no scout would look at him twice if he was coming out of school now. He has, however, compiled 265 career victories, a testament to the fact that you don't need 95 mph stuff to pitch. See Pinstripe Alley for more Yankee coverage.
The New York Mets continued to beat up on the dregs of the American League Wednesday night, defeating the Cleveland Indians, 6-4. The Mets have now won six straight -- a streak aided by the fact that five of those wins are over the awful Indians and the even worse Baltimore Orioles. Amazin' Avenue.
The New York Giants and New York Jets continued their respective mini-camps Wednesday, and the big news is no one else got hurt. The Giants, of course, got the bad news that the knee injury suffered by wide receiver/kick returner Domenik Hixon will cost him the season. SB Nation's Big Blue View examines the Giants' internal options for replacing Hixon.â†µ
The New Jersey Nets have a new owner, a new coach and -- seemingly -- new-found optimism. Will they also be needing a new team president soon?â†µ