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Chicago Cubs 12 Houston Astros 11

+ Boxscore: Thu, September 28,1995
1995-09-27 - 1995-09-29
  123 456 789 101112  R H E
Houston Astros (74-67)101 031 120 11X 11170
Chicago Cubs (72-69)023 001 120 12X 12190
Date of Game: Thu, September 28,1995
Stadium: Wrigley Field
Attendance: 14,075
Time of Game: 4:51

Feats and Milestones
Craig Biggio:5 runs scored, 4 hits
Brian Hunter:4 stolen bases
Winning Pitcher: Anthony Young (3-4)
Losing Pitcher: Todd Jones (6-5)

Home Runs: Mike Brumley (1), Luis Gonzalez (13), James Mouton (4), Scott Servais (13)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN8358.589--727607120W1
HOU7467.5259.072765572L2
CHN7269.51111.067465123W7
SLN6080.42922.5551645-94L5
PIT5784.40426.0616724-108W1
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