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Kansas City Royals 3 New York Yankees 2

+ Boxscore: Wed, September 06,2000
2000-09-05 - 2000-09-07
  123 456 789 10  R H E
New York Yankees (78-58)000 101 000 X 291
Kansas City Royals (66-73)000 000 012 X 3120
Date of Game: Wed, September 06,2000
Stadium: Kauffman Stadium
Attendance: 15,637
Time of Game: 2:48

Feats and Milestones
Carlos Beltran:4 strikeouts
Johnny Damon:4 hits
Winning Pitcher: Brian Meadows (11-10)
Losing Pitcher: Mike Stanton (2-3)

Home Runs: Derek Jeter (13), Paul O'Neill (18)
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AL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA7858.574--777650127L1
BOS7264.5296.067361558L1
TOR7267.5187.5760790-30W1
BAL6376.45316.5686815-129L1
TBA5980.42420.5647737-90L6
AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CHA8356.597--860721139W1
CLE7561.5516.579170982W4
DET7068.50712.56936876L1
KCA6673.47517.0759804-45W1
MIN6178.43922.0646743-97W1
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