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Cincinnati Reds 9 Houston Astros 3

+ Boxscore: Wed, September 05,1973
1973-09-04 - 1973-09-06
  123 456 789 1011  R H E
Cincinnati Reds (84-55)020 000 100 06 9111
Houston Astros (71-71)001 000 110 00 361
Date of Game: Wed, September 05,1973
Stadium: Astrodome
Attendance: 7,197
Time of Game: 2:48

Feats and Milestones
Ed Armbrister:1st career home run
Mike Easler:1st career game
Greg Gross:1st career game
Denis Menke:2 sacrifice flies
Winning Pitcher: Clay Carroll (7-8)
Losing Pitcher: Ken Forsch (9-11)

Home Runs: Ed Armbrister (1)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN8455.604--62853692W7
LAN8358.5892.057247696L6
SFN7959.5724.562656363W6
HOU7171.50014.559157615L3
ATL6574.46819.06756750L1
SDN4989.35534.5452661-209W1
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