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Cleveland Indians 6 Baltimore Orioles 4

+ Boxscore: Thu, July 30,1987
1987-07-29 - 1987-07-31
  123 456 789 1011  R H E
Baltimore Orioles (46-56)000 013 000 0X 481
Cleveland Indians (36-65)000 020 020 2X 6121
Date of Game: Thu, July 30,1987
Stadium: Cleveland Stadium
Attendance: 7,865
Time of Game: 3:02

Winning Pitcher: Sammy Stewart (4-1)
Losing Pitcher: Mark Williamson (5-7)

Home Runs: Brook Jacoby (21), Ray Knight (9), Eddie Murray (23), Floyd Rayford (2), Cory Snyder (22)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA6240.608--53244686W4
DET5840.5922.053944891L1
TOR5942.5842.5523420103L1
MIL5248.5209.0530544-14W3
BOS4754.46514.5518524-6W1
BAL4656.45116.0487536-49L1
CLE3665.35625.5440603-163W1
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