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MLB Scores and Schedule

|  Sunday, September 29, 1991

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Scores for Games on Sunday, September 29, 1991

Visitors Home BoxscoreD/NAtt.Winning PitcherLosing Pitcher
Seattle Mariners  (78-77)2Chicago White Sox   (84-71)1BoxscoreD33,096Randy JohnsonCharlie Hough
New York Yankees  (66-89)2Cleveland Indians   (54-100)5BoxscoreD13,006Eric KingAlan Mills
Baltimore Orioles  (66-89)7Detroit Tigers   (79-76)4BoxscoreD17,925Jose MesaScott Aldred
California Angels  (77-79)4Kansas City Royals   (80-76)8BoxscoreD22,229Kevin AppierJim Abbott
Boston Red Sox  (82-73)4Milwaukee Brewers   (77-77)5BoxscoreD12,063Julio MachadoJeff Reardon
Texas Rangers  (82-73)5Oakland Athletics   (82-74)19BoxscoreD40,853Joe SlusarskiKevin Brown
Minnesota Twins  (92-63)1Toronto Blue Jays   (87-69)2BoxscoreD50,315Todd StottlemyreScott Erickson
San Diego Padres  (80-76)1Cincinnati Reds   (74-82)8BoxscoreD23,387Ted PowerRicky Bones
Atlanta Braves  (89-67)6Houston Astros   (62-94)5BoxscoreD13,767Jim ClancyMark Portugal
San Francisco Giants  (72-84)2Los Angeles Dodgers   (90-66)3BoxscoreN47,533Jim GottDave Righetti
Philadelphia Phillies  (74-82)3New York Mets   (75-80)4BoxscoreN16,573Frank ViolaTerry Mulholland
Montreal Expos  (70-85)3Pittsburgh Pirates   (94-62)6BoxscoreD14,798Bob WalkBill Sampen
Chicago Cubs  (73-81)5St. Louis Cardinals   (81-75)3BoxscoreD42,665Rick SutcliffeBryn Smith


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