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Baltimore Orioles 9 Toronto Blue Jays 3

+ Boxscore: Thu, September 30,2004
2004-09-29 - 2004-10-01
  123 456 789  R H E
Toronto Blue Jays (65-93)012 000 000 361
Baltimore Orioles (77-81)004 111 02X 9141
Date of Game: Thu, September 30,2004
Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Attendance: 18,793
Time of Game: 2:43

Winning Pitcher: Matt Riley (3-4)
Losing Pitcher: Josh Towers (9-8)

Home Runs: Larry Bigbie (15), Carlos Delgado (32), Jay Gibbons (10), Frank Menechino (9), David Newhan (8), Miguel Tejada (33)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA10059.629--89279597W3
BOS9563.6014.5925752173L1
BAL7781.48722.582680620W3
TBA6890.43031.5702832-130W1
TOR6593.41134.5706818-112L3
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