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Atlanta Braves 10 Arizona Diamondbacks 4

+ Boxscore: Sun, June 20,1999
1999-06-19 - 1999-06-21
  123 456 789  R H E
Atlanta Braves (35-34)103 030 030 10121
Arizona Diamondbacks (32-37)111 000 100 4101
Date of Game: Sun, June 20,1999
Stadium: Chase Field
Attendance: 47,235
Time of Game: 3:15

Feats and Milestones
Javy Lopez:2 home runs
Gerald Williams:2 home runs
Winning Pitcher: Tom Glavine (5-7)
Losing Pitcher: Randy Johnson (9-3)

Home Runs: Jay Bell (22), Andruw Jones (12), Javy Lopez 2 (11), Gerald Williams 2 (5)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PHI3631.537--34832820L2
NYN3732.5361.035432133W1
ATL3534.5072.035230448L2
MON2936.4466.0307360-53W1
FLO2544.36212.0304366-62L1
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SFN4030.571--38735631W1
LAN3829.5671.5313338-25W2
COL3332.5084.5368399-31W1
ARI3237.4647.540331588W2
SDN2938.4339.5258307-49W3
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