The Yankees got four homers from their first-base duo this evening, and five from the right side of their infield, but the story on this night was the fine performancy of Aaron Small against tough-hitting Texas—at Arlington, no less. Showing a nice combination of dipping hard stuff and rolling curves, Mr. Small came up very big indeed, with a 5.1 inning win. It may not have been as a work of art—and the Yankee defense did him few favors—but timely and effective is just fine for us. The makeshift Bomber rotation is proving to be pleasantly capable. Onward and upward.