All of a sudden, this game's chock-full of action. Suddenly armed with a 2-1 lead, Tommy Hunter made quick work of the first two Yankees he faced in the bottom of the third. But then Derek Jeter came up and blasted an inside cutter deep to center field, just off the top of the fence. The ball caromed back away from Josh Hamilton, and Jeter made it into third base for an easy two-out triple.
Up next, Curtis Granderson ripped a single off the glove of a diving Ian Kinsler. That base hit scored Jeter from third, tying the game, and that's where we stand going into the fourth. Hunter's pitch count stands at 44.