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Houston Astros 9 San Diego Padres 2

+ Boxscore: Mon, September 08,1969
1969-09-07 - 1969-09-09
  123 456 789  R H E
San Diego Padres (44-96)010 100 000 270
Houston Astros (73-65)410 020 20X 9120
Date of Game: Mon, September 08,1969
Stadium: Astrodome
Attendance: 7,840
Time of Game: 2:33

Feats and Milestones
Nate Colbert:2 home runs
Mike Corkins:1st career game
Fred Kendall:1st career game
Ron Slocum:1st career game
Jim Williams:1st career game
Mike Corkins:1st career game
Tom Griffin:11 Strikeouts
Winning Pitcher: Tom Griffin (10-6)
Losing Pitcher: Mike Corkins (0-1)

Home Runs: Curt Blefary (11), Nate Colbert 2 (20)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN7662.551--70769116W2
SFN7763.5501.062656957L3
LAN7563.5431.0578473105W1
ATL7665.5391.559356924L1
HOU7365.5293.060357825W2
SDN4496.31433.0391637-246L1
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