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Oakland Athletics 7 California Angels 6

+ Boxscore: Wed, May 02,1984
1984-05-01 - 1984-05-03
  123 456 789  R H E
Oakland Athletics (15-11)003 000 121 7131
California Angels (16-12)010 040 001 6110
Date of Game: Wed, May 02,1984
Stadium: Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Attendance: 27,939
Time of Game: 2:44

Winning Pitcher: Keith Atherton (1-1)
Losing Pitcher: Ron Romanick (3-2)
Save: Bill Caudill (6)

Home Runs: Rod Carew (2), Mike Davis (1), Carney Lansford (2), Dwayne Murphy (4)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
OAK1511.577--1141059W1
CAL1612.5711.014712225L1
SEA1312.5201.5110132-22L1
MIN1214.4623.0118120-2W1
KCA911.4503.07275-3W1
CHA1013.4353.586102-16W4
TEX916.3605.591117-26L1
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