When Indians starter David Huff was hit in the head by a line drive, Yankee Stadium was stunned into momentary silence, and the place remained relatively subdued as the Yankees built an early six-run lead against the Cleveland bullpen. It was not so quiet when the Yankees own bullpen blew that lead for a 13-11 loss to the team with the second-worst record in the league. Starter CC Sabathia was dominant early, but he allowed five runs in his last three innings before the bullpen imploded through a seven-run seventh. Joba Chamberlain got only one out and was charged with four runs.
Associated Press photo of Huff