It rained all day and deep into the night on Friday in New York and the weaterman said it was going to keep a coming today. However, the sun is out and it is a warm morning in New York. Overcast, yeah, but it seems as if the Mets and Yankees will be able to get a game in this afternoon without a hitch. Turns out this'll just be a brief encounter between the two teams as last night's game will be made up as part of a two-stadium double header in late June. So, today gives an appealing match-up of southpaws: Johan Santana vs. Andy Pettitte. The Yankees, of course, are well familiar with Santana. They know how tough he can be, and with Alex Rodriguez's return still a few days away, the team is still at a disadvantage against lefties. Pettitte has pitched poorly in three of his last four outings. Time for him to come through with an improved performance.