Jays Beat The Yankees In Series Finale

TORONTO (AP) – Vernon Wells and Aaron Hill homered and Toronto

held on when Curtis Granderson flied out with the bases loaded

Wednesday night to end the Blue Jays' 6-3 win over the New York

Yankees.

Down 6-2 with two outs and none on in the ninth, the Yankees

rallied. Jason Frasor was pulled after a pair of walks and closer

Kevin Gregg gave up an RBI single to Eduardo Nunez and hit Derek

Jeter with a pitch that loaded the bases.

Gregg retired Granderson on a routine fly just short of the

warning track in center field for his 29th save in 33 chances.

Toronto took two of three in the series. The Yankees remained

even with Tampa Bay for the AL East lead.

 

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