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Arizona Diamondbacks 11 New York Mets 6

+ Boxscore: Sun, May 09,1999
1999-05-08 - 1999-05-10
  123 456 789  R H E
New York Mets (19-12)002 100 003 6160
Arizona Diamondbacks (10-22)360 101 00X 11131
Date of Game: Sun, May 09,1999
Stadium: Chase Field
Attendance: 38,250
Time of Game: 2:45

Feats and Milestones
Rick Reed:Threw 75% strikes
Winning Pitcher: Omar Daal (3-3)
Losing Pitcher: Rick Reed (2-1)

Home Runs: Jermaine Allensworth (1), Jay Bell (11), Steve Finley (6), Luis Gonzalez (8), Mike Kinkade (2), Mike Piazza (4)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYN1912.613--14613412W3
PHI1812.6000.516314320L1
ATL1416.4674.517811860L1
MON1217.4146.0128159-31W2
FLO922.29010.0105162-57W1
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN2011.645--1551496L1
SFN1913.5941.5168169-1L1
SDN1416.4675.5117145-28W1
COL1215.4446.0151174-23W1
ARI1022.31210.517515025L3
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