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Texas Rangers 11 Boston Red Sox 4

+ Boxscore: Sun, September 04,2011
2011-09-03 - 2011-09-05
  123 456 789  R H E
Texas Rangers (80-61)011 007 002 11150
Boston Red Sox (84-55)000 000 220 492
Date of Game: Sun, September 04,2011
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 37,744
Time of Game: 3:28

Feats and Milestones
Adrian Beltre:2000th career hit
Matt Albers:Struck out at least 2 batters per inning (1.2+ ip)
Winning Pitcher: Matt Harrison (11-9)
Losing Pitcher: John Lackey (12-11)

Home Runs: Ian Kinsler (25), Mike Napoli (23)
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AL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA8553.616--754549205W4
BOS8455.6041.5747597150L1
TBA7663.5479.559352568W2
TOR6971.49317.065764710L3
BAL5583.39930.0580730-150L2
AL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TEX8061.567--724609115W1
ANA7664.5433.557555124W2
OAK6476.45715.5563583-20W4
SEA5881.41721.0480579-99L4
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