The Anaheim Angels, one of the worst teams in the majors this year, still have the New York Yankees' number.
Jarrod Washburn (1-3), who had no wins and a 9.15 ERA going into last night's game, pitched a five-hitter over 7 2/3 innings to beat the visiting Yankees and Roger Clemens, 5-3.
Anaheim won the season series 6-4. The Angels last year were the only team with a winning record, 6-5, against the Yankees, and have won the season series four of the past five years.
"I'm just going to have to have them visualize other teams in Yankees' uniforms," Anaheim interim manager Joe Maddon said.
Clemens (12-8) gave up Glaus's homer in the opening inning, then yielded a two-run shot by Jim Edmonds in the fifth. Clemens yielded five runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings, with four walks and three strikeouts.
"From the first hitter on, I knew it was going to be a battle," said Clemens, who threw 103 pitches. "After that homer in the first, it was just too hard for the guys to come back from that."
TWINS 13, DEVIL RAYS 7: Minnesota struck out 14 times and still won.
Matt Lawton and Todd Walker each had two RBI during a six-run sixth inning to help the Twins win in St. Petersburg, Fla. Minnesota earned a split in a lackluster four-game series that included 45 runs, 89 hits, 24 walks, 8 errors, 32 pitchers and 49 strikeouts.
RANGERS 8-6, WHITE SOX 6-3: Todd Zeile hit his sixth career grand slam in a five-run first inning as Texas beat visiting Chicago in the opener of a twi-night doubleheader. Rick Helling (13-7) won his seventh straight decision.
In the second game, Jeff Fassero (5-14) won for the first time since July 5 in his starting debut for Texas, giving up two runs in five innings. John Wetteland earned saves in both games and has 39 this season.
RED SOX 3, MARINERS 2: In Seattle, Jason Varitek homered for the third time in two games for Boston. The Red Sox have a three-game lead over Oakland in the AL wild-card race.
TIGERS 9, ATHLETICS 7: Karim Garcia hit a tiebreaking home run in the seventh inning and Tony Clark homered and doubled twice to drive in four runs for visiting Detroit. The Tigers withstood five Oakland home runs, including two by Jason Giambi.