After spending the last two weeks at or near the top of the American League East, the New York Yankees have really gone and outdone themselves during this four-game losing streak. Last night, the Mets came into Yankee Stadium and didn't miss a beat from the previous two nights, taking out the Yankees by a score of 9-4.

However, the most embarrassing part would be the new low set by Yankees starting pitcher David Phelps. In the first inning of last night's loss, Phelps allowed 5 runs (only 4 of them earned) on 4 hits and 2 walks. The embarrassing part - Phelps was pulled from the game after only collecting 1 stinking out!

By the time the Yankees came to bat in the bottom of the 4th, the Mets already had an 8-0 lead and the game was pretty much over from there. However, a couple of positives were the performances of Brennan Boesch, who continues to play well since being called back up to replace Curtis Granderson on the roster, and Ivan Nova's 5-inning performance out of the bullpen (1 run on 5 hits, with 6 strikeouts and just 1 walk).

Tonight in the Bronx, it'll be Vidal Nuno looking to avoid a 4-game sweep from the Mets, as they'll send out Dillon Gee. Coverage starts with the Coors Light Yankee Pregame Show at 6:15, hosted by our very own Mike Lindsley, followed by the Yankees Radio Network broadcast at 6:30.