The Yankees played two games on Saturday after Friday's matchup with the Rays was postponed. They also wound up with two different outcomes, which is what you can usually expect from a doubleheader. The Yanks were smacked around in the first game by a score of 7-1 and put together a late-inning rally to topple the Rays by a score of 6-5 in the second game.

The first game was a retelling of a familiar story, as the Yankees couldn't push any runs across against James Shields. Aside from a Bobby Abreu home run in the 9th, the Yankees had only three runners get into scoring position the entire game, and as you can probably guess, none of them scored. Batters 6-9 in the order were a completely dreadful 0-14.

Mike Mussina had a rough outing as well, allowing five runs in five innings. With now just 14 games left to play, it appears that Moose won't get the three starts he needs to try and reach the 20-win mark for the first time in his career.

The second game was a different story, as the Yankees got some timely hitting late and defeated the Rays by a score of 6-5. Derek Jeter scored from 1st on a couple throwing errors to tie the game at 4 in the 7th, and the Yankees went ahead on a base hit by Xavier Nady. The Yankees got an insurance run that would be needed when Bobby Abreu singled in the 8th, bringing in Brett Gardner.

Sidney Ponson wasn't good, but Phil Coke was superb in relief of him, throwing 2 and 2/3 innings of scoreless ball and allowing just one hit. The win was credited to Damaso Marte, his first as a Yankee. Mariano Rivera allowed a run in the 9th but was able to record his 34th save.

The rubber game is to be played this afternoon at 1:05 ET. Carl Pavano will be on the mound and will be facing the Rays' Edwin Jackson.