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Cleveland Indians 9 Boston Red Sox 3

+ Boxscore: Tue, June 22,1971
1971-06-21 - 1971-06-23
  123 456 789  R H E
Cleveland Indians (32-35)000 027 000 9131
Boston Red Sox (36-30)110 010 000 3113
Date of Game: Tue, June 22,1971
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 0
Time of Game: 2:33

Feats and Milestones
Kurt Bevacqua:1st career hit
Winning Pitcher: Steve Hargan (1-5)
Losing Pitcher: Bill Lee (4-2)
Save: Phil Hennigan (5)

Home Runs: None
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BAL4223.646--31922198W1
DET3831.5516.029227220L1
BOS3630.5456.52812801W1
CLE3235.47811.0253259-6L1
NYA3137.45612.5253282-29W1
WS22441.36918.0201282-81L1
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