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St. Louis Cardinals 5 Cincinnati Reds 3

+ Boxscore: Fri, August 15,2008
2008-08-14 - 2008-08-16
  123 456 789  R H E
St. Louis Cardinals (69-56)211 001 000 5101
Cincinnati Reds (54-69)110 010 000 350
Date of Game: Fri, August 15,2008
Stadium: Great American Ballpark
Attendance: 26,234
Time of Game: 2:45

Feats and Milestones
Chris Dickerson:1st career home run
Winning Pitcher: Brad Thompson (5-2)
Losing Pitcher: Bronson Arroyo (10-10)
Save: Chris Perez (4)

Home Runs: Rick Ankiel (23), Chris Dickerson (1)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CHN7547.615--662502160W5
MIL7053.5695.557552847L2
SLN6956.5527.559555243W3
HOU6260.50813.0557588-31L1
PIT5567.45120.0574658-84L2
CIN5469.43921.5523622-99L1
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