After the first round belonged to Phil Mickelson Friday, it was Sergio Gracia's day in the second round Saturday at Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC-Boston in Norton. Garcia shot a 7 under 64 to take the lead going into Sunday's third round at 13-under 129. Georgia Tech product Roberto Castro has put together two solid rounds and is at 12-under along with Henrik Stenseon at 11 under. Mickelson had a up and down round Saturday with a 71, five behind Garcia. He finished strong though and is looking to repeat Friday's success on Sunday. Tiger Wools is six strokes back, tied for 20th place after posting a 67 Saturday. Garcia said he was feeling the affects of playing five straight weeks and almost passed on a trip to Norton to rest up for the last two matches of PGA Tour's FedEX Cup. "The summer has been tough," he said. "It's been a little difficult for me. But I'm just trying to keep going, to keep doing things right. At the end of the day, that's the only thing I can ask myself, give my best effort out there." Read more about Saturday's action here.