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New York Mets 9 Chicago Cubs 6

+ Boxscore: Thu, August 11,1988
1988-08-10 - 1988-08-12
  123 456 789  R H E
New York Mets (68-46)012 000 105 9121
Chicago Cubs (56-57)024 000 000 6141
Date of Game: Thu, August 11,1988
Stadium: Wrigley Field
Attendance: 31,942
Time of Game: 3:16

Feats and Milestones
Gary Carter:300th career home run
Kevin McReynolds:5 RBIs
Winning Pitcher: Terry Leach (5-1)
Losing Pitcher: Pat Perry (4-4)
Save: Roger McDowell (12)

Home Runs: Gary Carter (9), Lenny Dykstra (5), Kevin McReynolds (17)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYN6846.596--48839494W1
PIT6351.5535.047843840W1
MON6153.5357.045041931L1
CHN5657.49611.5449458-9L1
PHI5064.43918.0429503-74W1
SLN5064.43918.0408455-47L1
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