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Cincinnati Reds 9 St. Louis Cardinals 7

+ Boxscore: Sun, May 15,2011
2011-05-14 - 2011-05-16
  123 456 789  R H E
St. Louis Cardinals (22-19)020 000 005 792
Cincinnati Reds (23-17)001 201 41X 9111
Date of Game: Sun, May 15,2011
Stadium: Great American Ballpark
Attendance: 24,672
Time of Game: 2:53

Winning Pitcher: Travis Wood (3-3)
Losing Pitcher: Chris Carpenter (1-3)
Save: Francisco Cordero (7)

Home Runs: Lance Berkman (11), Chris Heisey (4), Ramon Hernandez (6), Yadier Molina (3)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN2317.575--21117635W3
SLN2219.5371.521717740L3
MIL1921.4754.0169175-6W3
PIT1822.4505.0145175-30L5
CHN1721.4475.0154183-29L1
HOU1525.3758.0169213-44L1
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