Marlins 6, Nationals 5 (10): Walkoff wildness continues for the Nats, only this time they're on the shit end of the stick. Hanley Ramirez' ding-dong tied the game in the ninth and Josh Willingham's third career tater tot pushed the Marlins to the win. Jon Rauch ate the loss and it tasted quite bitter with a hint of tartness.
Blue Jays 2, Mariners 0: Sorry Seattle. You're not beating up on the little sisters of the poor anymore. After sweeping a weekend interleague series with the Padres, the Mariners got a handful of Halladay and it tasted like dirt with a hint of hay. Roy Halladay notched his tenth career shutout as Rod Barajas and Vernon Wells provided the run-scoring plays. R.A. Dickey was the hard luck loser, but don't feel bad for him, he's gonna play Xbox with the Mariner Moose to get over it.
Diamondbacks 6, Brewers 3: Former University of Virginia third baseman Mark Reynolds powered Arizona back to one game over .500 and Doug Davis improved his record to 3-3 with the win. Most importantly, Eric Byrnes strained his left hamstring just one week after coming off the DL with a strained right hamstring. Sucker.