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Cincinnati Reds 6 Chicago Cubs 5

+ Boxscore: Tue, August 14,2007
2007-08-13 - 2007-08-15
  123 456 789  R H E
Cincinnati Reds (51-67)002 210 100 6160
Chicago Cubs (60-58)000 201 110 550
Date of Game: Tue, August 14,2007
Stadium: Wrigley Field
Attendance: 40,750
Time of Game: 2:49

Feats and Milestones
Carlos Marmol:Threw 81% strikes
Winning Pitcher: Aaron Harang (12-3)
Losing Pitcher: Carlos Zambrano (14-9)
Save: David Weathers (23)

Home Runs: Jacque Jones (4), Derrek Lee (13), Aramis Ramirez (17)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIL6256.525--568573-5L2
CHN6058.5082.054350439L3
SLN5560.4785.5517593-76W3
HOU5465.4548.5543603-60W3
CIN5167.43211.0553614-61W1
PIT4868.41413.0504590-86L2
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