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Chicago Cubs 4 Pittsburgh Pirates 3

+ Boxscore: Sat, August 15,1981
1981-08-14 - 1981-08-16
  123 456 789 101112 131415  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (27-27)000 010 020 000 000 3143
Chicago Cubs (18-41)010 002 000 000 001 4140
Date of Game: Sat, August 15,1981
Stadium: Wrigley Field
Attendance: 15,388
Time of Game: 4:57

Feats and Milestones
Tim Foli:4 hits
Omar Moreno:4 hits
Dave Parker:100th career stolen base
Tye Waller:1st career stolen base, 1st career RBI
Winning Pitcher: Randy Martz (4-5)
Losing Pitcher: Rod Scurry (2-3)

Home Runs: None
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SLN3422.607--26121645W3
PHI3625.5902.526925910L1
MON3327.5503.024722423L1
PIT2727.5006.022419826L3
NYN2137.36214.0201262-61W1
CHN1841.30517.5200281-81W2
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