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Atlanta Braves 4 Pittsburgh Pirates 3

+ Boxscore: Thu, July 20,1995
1995-07-19 - 1995-07-21
  123 456 789 10  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (33-40)100 200 000 X 392
Atlanta Braves (49-28)010 100 002 X 470
Date of Game: Thu, July 20,1995
Stadium: Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
Attendance: 31,661
Time of Game: 2:30

Winning Pitcher: Brad Clontz (4-1)
Losing Pitcher: Dan Plesac (3-1)

Home Runs: Jay Bell (8), David Justice (11), Fred McGriff (14)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
ATL4928.636--36127586W2
PHI4136.5328.0328336-8L2
MON3939.50010.53483435W3
NYN3146.40318.0347365-18L1
FLO2946.38719.0340355-15L1
NL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN4827.640--40034654W2
HOU4333.5665.543935386W1
CHN3840.48711.5350356-6L4
PIT3340.45214.0314369-55L2
SLN3445.43016.0331391-60W1
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