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Toronto Blue Jays 7 Baltimore Orioles 2

+ Boxscore: Sun, August 07,2011
2011-08-06 - 2011-08-08
  123 456 789  R H E
Toronto Blue Jays (58-56)002 301 010 7130
Baltimore Orioles (44-67)000 010 100 251
Date of Game: Sun, August 07,2011
Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Attendance: 13,824
Time of Game: 2:25

Feats and Milestones
Brett Lawrie:1st career home run
Mark Reynolds:2 home runs
Winning Pitcher: Ricky Romero (10-9)
Losing Pitcher: Alfredo Simon (3-5)

Home Runs: Brett Lawrie (1), Mark Reynolds 2 (26)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BOS7043.619--617473144W2
NYA6944.6111.0603436167L2
TBA5954.52211.048345132L2
TOR5856.50912.553452212W1
BAL4467.39625.0456591-135L1
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