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Boston Red Sox 7 Baltimore Orioles 5

+ Boxscore: Mon, September 29,1986
1986-09-28 - 1986-09-30
  123 456 789  R H E
Baltimore Orioles (72-85)002 012 000 592
Boston Red Sox (94-61)030 120 01X 790
Date of Game: Mon, September 29,1986
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 27,372
Time of Game: 3:02

Feats and Milestones
Eddie Murray:3 Doubles
Winning Pitcher: Al Nipper (10-11)
Losing Pitcher: John Habyan (1-3)
Save: Bob Stanley (16)

Home Runs: None
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BOS9461.606--775662113W3
NYA8571.5459.577172843W2
TOR8573.53810.579971881L3
DET8274.52612.577169774L1
CLE8177.51314.5794816-22L1
MIL7382.47121.0650725-75W1
BAL7285.45923.0685723-38L2
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