The score was tied at one in the seventh, with runners on first and second, when Phil Coke made two bone-headed errors. He fielded a comebacker and threw wide to second base, causing a run to score and all the runners to be advance. In the very next AB, he again fielded a comebacker, and instead of throwing home (where the runner would've been out by 30 feet), he threw to first and KC took a 3-1 lead. On the bright side, it's better to get this BS out of the way now. It's hopefully a lesson learned for Coke.
Frankie Cervelli and Eric Hinske singles led to Robbie Cano's game-tying sac-fly. Hinske miraculously stole second, then advanced to third on the throw that skipped past the covering shortstop. Following that, Juan Miranda lined a pitch off Farnsworth's leg that rolled toward the Yankee dugout - both the pitcher and first-baseman chased it and no one covered first (though it probably wouldn't have mattered).
It was great to see David Robertson again - he threw .2 innings with a walk and a strikeout in his first game since September 5.
Burnett definitely made a strong case to take the second spot in the playoff rotation: 6.1 ip, 1 er, 3 h, 3 bb, 8 k. If the Yanks play the longer ALDS, they could start Burnett this Sunday, and then again on normal rest in game two of the playoffs. Do they give him a lot of extra rest, or throw him out there one more time (probably in a shortened outing)?