Joba Chamberlain's results weren't terrible (6 IP, 3 ER) on Thursday night, but he was once again plagued by walks and those 3 runs would be more than enough with a Yankees offense that was completely shutout.

The bullpen, with Alfredo Aceves, Phil Coke and Dave Robertson each throwing an inning, was efficient, combining for 1 hit, 2 walks and 4 strikeouts, while allowing no runs.

But, again, the offense was just a giant goose egg. The biggest threat came in the 7th when the team had bases loaded with two outs for a pinch hitting Derek Jeter. He grounded out, but that was it.

There was a scary moment in the eighth when Brett Gardner had a hard collision with the fence. He made the catch, but was removbed from the game. Peter Abraham says that it sounds like a mild concussion and he is day-to-day.

Robinson Cano and Nick Swisher both had two hits with Swisher having the team's only extra base hit - a double.

The Yankees now head on the road for some interleague play. First up, the Marlins. Andy Pettitte (6-3, 4.52) goes against Sean West (2-1, 3.00) at 7:10 PM ET tomorrow.

Recap records: Patrick: 1810, Seamus: 1513, Andrew: 46.