Quote: "This was a 14-inning game that isn't going to help us, and the guys were playing as hard as they did in spring training. That's tremendous. The passion that these guys have for the game is unbelievable." - Anaheim manager Mike Scioscia after yesterday's marathon win against Oakland.
It's a fact: Since returning from a hamstring injury, Cleveland's Manny Ramirez is batting .372 with 22 homers and 71 RBIs in 67 games entering last night.
Who's hot: Anaheim's Troy Glaus broke the record for homers by a third baseman set by Al Rosen in 1953.
Who's not: The New York Yankees have lost 12 of their last 15 games.
On deck: Dave Burba goes for his 17th win as the Indians try to stay alive in the wild-card race.