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Chicago Cubs 9 New York Mets 2

+ Boxscore: Sat, July 15,2006
2006-07-14 - 2006-07-16
  123 456 789  R H E
New York Mets (54-37)000 002 000 251
Chicago Cubs (35-55)000 005 40X 9131
Date of Game: Sat, July 15,2006
Stadium: Wrigley Field
Attendance: 41,368
Time of Game: 3:02

Feats and Milestones
Aramis Ramirez:1000th career hit
Ryan Theriot:1st career stolen base
Carlos Zambrano:1st career stolen base
Winning Pitcher: Carlos Zambrano (9-3)
Losing Pitcher: Tom Glavine (11-3)

Home Runs: None
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYN5437.593--48141665L1
ATL4249.46212.04664642W4
PHI4148.46112.0437465-28W1
FLO3950.43814.0413438-25L1
WAS3854.41316.5417484-67L5
NL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SLN5139.567--45042822W6
CIN4844.5224.0463473-10W3
HOU4547.4897.0426439-13W1
MIL4448.4788.0415497-82L5
CHN3555.38916.0369456-87W1
PIT3260.34820.0425484-59W2
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