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Cleveland Indians 5 Boston Red Sox 4

+ Boxscore: Sat, April 23,1966
1966-04-22 - 1966-04-24
  123 456 789  R H E
Cleveland Indians (7-0)020 020 001 5111
Boston Red Sox (2-7)200 020 000 451
Date of Game: Sat, April 23,1966
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 6,990
Time of Game: 2:36

Winning Pitcher: Gary Bell (1-0)
Losing Pitcher: Ken Sanders (0-2)

Home Runs: Max Alvis (1), Rocky Colavito (2), George Scott (2)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CLE701.000--341816W7
BAL71.8750.5512823W5
PIT82.8001.542393W1
SFN83.7272.0513318W1
ATL63.6672.0392712W5
CAL63.6672.033285W2
LAN74.6362.040337L1
CHA53.6252.526188L1
DET64.6002.54144-3L2
PHI54.5563.03037-7W1
SLN45.4444.044377L1
HOU57.4174.53743-6L1
MIN35.3754.52327-4L5
NYN25.2865.02431-7L4
KC125.2865.01221-9W2
WS225.2865.03647-11W1
BOS27.2226.03444-10L1
CHN28.2006.52948-19W1
CIN17.1256.52432-8L6
NYA18.1117.02035-15L5
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