Yankees 6 Blue Jays 4
NEW YORK (AP) -- Alex Rodriguez smacked his major league-leading
32nd homer and Andy Phillips delivered the tiebreaking, two-run
single as the New York Yankees pulled out a 6-to-4 triumph over
Rodriguez hit a two-run homer off Josh Towers before Hideki
Matsui and Robinson Cano (kuh-NOH') added solo shots against the
Blue Jays' starter. But the Yankees needed Phillips' sixth-inning
single to improve to 4-and-1 since the All-Star break.
Scott Proctor gave up a game-tying homer to Alex Rios before
improving to 2-and-5. Proctor allowed four hits in two innings.
Mariano Rivera got the final three outs for his 14th save.
Towers was the loser, yielding six runs and nine hits in five
and two-thirds. He's 4-and-6.
Troy Glaus homered twice and had three R-B-Is for the Blue Jays.
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