Chris Britton wrapped up the night.
“What’s done is done,” he told reporters gathered around his locker.
They were asking if he wanted any of the pitches back. “I’d like the two hits back,” he said. “I wanted to get that last one away from Frank Thomas, but it just didn’t get there.”
And the Yankees had to settle for taking two of three in Toronto.
“You can’t win ‘em all,” said Jon from Highbridge. “A tight ballgame can go either way.”
If Hideki Matsui’s line drive in the sixth or Melky Cabrera’s shot in the ninth had gotten past Lyle Overbay it may have gone the other way.
“You can’t look back,” Jon said. “Britton’s right: What’s done is done.”