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Cleveland Indians 11 Detroit Tigers 7

+ Boxscore: Thu, May 30,2002
2002-05-29 - 2002-05-31
  123 456 789  R H E
Detroit Tigers (20-31)103 210 000 7110
Cleveland Indians (26-27)150 401 00X 11141
Date of Game: Thu, May 30,2002
Stadium: Progressive Field
Attendance: 25,689
Time of Game: 2:56

Feats and Milestones
Ellis Burks:2 home runs
Chris Magruder:1st career home run
Jim Thome:2 home runs
Winning Pitcher: David Riske (1-2)
Losing Pitcher: Jose Lima (1-3)

Home Runs: Ellis Burks 2 (9), Chris Magruder (1), Jim Thome 2 (13), Chris Truby (3)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIN3123.574--27826018W1
CHA2825.5282.529627818L4
CLE2627.4914.5211247-36W1
DET2031.3929.5205275-70L1
KCA1931.38010.0221264-43L1
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