Cleveland Indians defeat New York Yankees, 13-11

On a listless, never-ending afternoon in the Bronx, Joba Chamberlain had one of the shortest outings but perhaps the longest day as the Yankees' bullpen turned an apparent blowout victory into an unimaginable loss at the Stadium.

Summoned from the pen with two outs in the seventh, Chamberlain was asked to protect a four-run lead by getting four outs and building a bridge to the ninth inning. He struggled to get out of the frame, allowing two inherited runners to score a...