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Boston Red Sox 4 Baltimore Orioles 3

+ Boxscore: Tue, September 17,1991
1991-09-16 - 1991-09-18
  123 456 789  R H E
Baltimore Orioles (61-84)210 000 000 370
Boston Red Sox (78-67)020 011 00X 470
Date of Game: Tue, September 17,1991
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 32,657
Time of Game: 2:47

Feats and Milestones
Wayne Housie:1st career game
Winning Pitcher: Kevin Morton (6-3)
Losing Pitcher: Jose Mesa (5-11)
Save: Jeff Reardon (40)

Home Runs: Jack Clark (23), Glenn Davis (8), Leo Gomez (14)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TOR8165.555--62357251L3
BOS7867.5382.565262131W1
DET7569.5215.072570718L2
MIL6974.48310.56726666W3
NYA6183.42419.0599697-98L3
BAL6184.42119.5622712-90L1
CLE4895.33631.5509675-166W1
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