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Philadelphia Phillies 5 Cincinnati Reds 3

+ Boxscore: Wed, April 09,1986
1986-04-08 - 1986-04-10
  123 456 789 1011  R H E
Philadelphia Phillies (1-1)001 000 000 04 572
Cincinnati Reds (1-1)100 000 000 02 382
Date of Game: Wed, April 09,1986
Stadium: Cinergy Field
Attendance: 11,411
Time of Game: 2:50

Feats and Milestones
Kal Daniels:1st career game
Scott Terry:1st career game
Scott Terry:1st career game
Winning Pitcher: Steve Bedrosian (1-0)
Losing Pitcher: Ted Power (0-1)

Home Runs: Eric Davis (2), John Russell (1)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SLN101.000--211W1
NYN101.000--422W1
PHI11.5000.5910-1W1
PIT01.0001.024-2L1
MON01.0001.006-6L1
CHN01.0001.012-1L1
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SFN201.000--1248W2
ATL101.0000.5606W1
LAN21.6670.5321W1
CIN11.5001.01091L1
SDN12.3331.523-1L1
HOU02.0002.0412-8L2
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