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Detroit Tigers 4 Kansas City Royals 2

+ Boxscore: Wed, July 21,2004
2004-07-20 - 2004-07-22
  123 456 789  R H E
Kansas City Royals (34-58)000 011 000 281
Detroit Tigers (45-49)011 110 00X 480
Date of Game: Wed, July 21,2004
Stadium: Comerica Park
Attendance: 17,607
Time of Game: 2:15

Feats and Milestones
Nook Logan:1st career game, 1st career hit
Winning Pitcher: Mike Maroth (7-7)
Losing Pitcher: Darrell May (7-10)
Save: Jamie Walker (1)

Home Runs: Desi Relaford (3), Ivan Rodriguez (13), Marcus Thames (3), Rondell White (13)
KCA DET
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AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIN5143.543--4364288W3
CHA4942.5381.550343172W1
CLE4648.4895.05265260L1
DET4549.4796.049147615W1
KCA3458.37016.0389513-124L3
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