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Detroit Tigers 8 Arizona Diamondbacks 3

+ Boxscore: Sun, June 26,2011
2011-06-25 - 2011-06-27
  123 456 789  R H E
Arizona Diamondbacks (43-36)000 000 201 3121
Detroit Tigers (42-36)010 000 07X 8100
Date of Game: Sun, June 26,2011
Stadium: Comerica Park
Attendance: 41,036
Time of Game: 3:06

Feats and Milestones
Austin Jackson:4 strikeouts
Justin Upton:500th career game
Winning Pitcher: Al Alburquerque (5-1)
Losing Pitcher: Aaron Heilman (4-1)

Home Runs: Jhonny Peralta (12)
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AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
DET4236.538--35733621W2
CLE4036.5261.03253187L3
CHA3841.4814.5324331-7L1
KCA3345.4239.0342385-43W2
MIN3244.4219.0280350-70L5
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SFN4434.564--265269-4W5
ARI4336.5441.535934811L2
COL3839.4945.53443386L2
LAN3544.4439.5297339-42W1
SDN3445.43010.5273303-30W1
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