Good timely hitting, good pitching, and a lot of bad fielding by the Blue Jays gave Yankee fans a fun night of baseball. Freddy Garcia was his reliable Steady Freddy self, as he held the Blue Jays to two runs over six strong innings. Kelly Johnson was his primary nemesis tonight, as he reached Freddy for a home run in the second and an RBI double in the fourth. Defensive mishaps by the Blue Jays opened the door wide for the some Yankee run production. In the second, Jeff Mathis threw it away trying to get Robinson Cano at third, allowing him to score. Two batters later, a bad throw to first on what should have been a double play allowed Andruw Jones to score. The next inning, a failure to cover second by the shifted infield turned a routine double play into a ground out and allowed...

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