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MLB Scores and Schedule

|  Tuesday, September 27, 1988

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Scores for Games on Tuesday, September 27, 1988

Visitors Home BoxscoreD/NAtt.Winning PitcherLosing Pitcher
New York Yankees  (84-72)5Baltimore Orioles   (53-103)1BoxscoreN21,600Ron GuidryCurt Schilling
Toronto Blue Jays  (83-75)15Boston Red Sox   (88-69)9BoxscoreN34,442Mike FlanaganMike Smithson
Texas Rangers  (68-88)2Chicago White Sox   (68-88)3BoxscoreN7,093Tom McCarthyPaul Kilgus
Detroit Tigers  (85-73)0Cleveland Indians   (74-83)4BoxscoreN4,626Tom CandiottiFrank Tanana
Seattle Mariners  (66-91)10Kansas City Royals   (82-75)3BoxscoreN17,463Erik HansonTom Gordon
California Angels  (75-83)5Milwaukee Brewers   (85-73)6BoxscoreN10,728Don AugustWillie Fraser
Oakland Athletics  (100-57)0Minnesota Twins   (88-69)5BoxscoreN48,300Allan AndersonBob Welch
Houston Astros  (81-76)3Atlanta Braves   (52-103)2BoxscoreN3,071Danny DarwinJoe Boever
Chicago Cubs  (75-83)5Montreal Expos   (79-79)3BoxscoreN6,131Calvin SchiraldiBrian Holman
New York Mets  (97-59)4Philadelphia Phillies   (63-95)5BoxscoreN19,259Steve BedrosianRoger McDowell
St. Louis Cardinals  (75-83)2Pittsburgh Pirates   (84-72)3BoxscoreN8,994John SmileyKen Hill
Los Angeles Dodgers  (92-66)4San Diego Padres   (79-78)8BoxscoreN13,235Eric ShowTim Leary
Cincinnati Reds  (85-72)3San Francisco Giants   (81-77)6BoxscoreN6,979Don RobinsonJack Armstrong


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