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Detroit Tigers 7 New York Yankees 1

+ Boxscore: Tue, June 19,2001
2001-06-18 - 2001-06-20
  123 456 789  R H E
New York Yankees (39-30)001 000 000 130
Detroit Tigers (29-38)000 102 40X 7140
Date of Game: Tue, June 19,2001
Stadium: Comerica Park
Attendance: 24,171
Time of Game: 2:20

Feats and Milestones
Roger Cedeno:3 stolen bases
Damion Easley:4 hits, 100th career stolen base
Steve Sparks:3-hitter
Winning Pitcher: Steve Sparks (5-2)
Losing Pitcher: Randy Keisler (1-2)

Home Runs: Juan Encarnacion (8), Dean Palmer (10)
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Historical Matchup
AL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BOS4127.603--32625274W2
NYA3930.5652.534630046L1
BAL3336.4788.5310342-32W3
TOR3238.45710.035532926L4
TBA2148.30420.5269439-170L4
AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIN4226.618--33530629W1
CLE4027.5971.538633056L5
CHA3235.4789.5297336-39W2
DET2938.43312.5315367-52W1
KCA2743.38616.0309377-68L3
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    New York Yankees Batting
    NYAPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Chuck Knoblauchlf32.3474
    00000.256147932223
    Derek Jeterss26.3583
    01000.28685153413
    Bernie Williamscf32.2792
    00010.310129312387
    Tino Martinez1b33.1953
    00000.24813819441
    Shane Spencerdh29.1203
    00000.214174230
    Paul O'Neillrf38.1143
    00000.258198411358
    Scott Brosius3b34.3083
    11000.29610958252
    Todd Greenec30.0423
    01100.263229170
    Alfonso Soriano2b25.1642
    00010.2849932521
    Ramiro Mendozap29.004000000.000120000
    Carlos Almanzarp27.225000000--129000
    Totals2613120.2754968834-
    Detroit Tigers Batting
    DETPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Roger Cedenocf26.3075
    13000.27560211723
    Damion Easley2b31.2204
    14110.29010136266
    Bobby Higginsonlf30.3054
    11011.28487972611
    Tony Clark1b29.0044
    00003.29970811430
    Dean Palmerdh32.1744
    22300.249131810383
    Juan Encarnacionrf25.1034
    11101.2603838344
    Shane Halterss31.2234
    12101.2633140100
    Jarrod Patterson3b27.2854
    01100.4004120
    Brandon Ingec24.0314
    00002.212540130
    Totals37714728.2714495275-
    Game Stats
    New York Yankees Pitching
    NYAAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Randy Keisler25.116L 1-268332726.750.50485
    Ramiro Mendoza29.004-0.14440105.270.101817757
    Carlos Almanzar27.225-1.22000003.270.18101290
    Totals8.01477282--
    Detroit Tigers Pitching
    DETAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Steve Sparks35.352W 5-293112003.830.0516139115
    Totals9.0311200--
    Other Game Information

    Pitches-Strikes-Balls: Randy Keisler 111-62-49, Ramiro Mendoza 15-11-4, Carlos Almanzar 15-10-5, Steve Sparks 84-54-30
    Total Batters Faced: Randy Keisler 27, Ramiro Mendoza 5, Carlos Almanzar 7, Steve Sparks 28
    Groundballs-Flyballs: Randy Keisler 6-5, Ramiro Mendoza 0-0, Carlos Almanzar 2-3, Steve Sparks 14-9

    Umpires: HP: Rich Rieker 1B: Mark Carlson 2B: Matt Hollowell 3B: Gerry Davis


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