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Anaheim Angels 11 Kansas City Royals 3

+ Boxscore: Fri, July 12,2002
2002-07-11 - 2002-07-13
  123 456 789  R H E
Anaheim Angels (53-35)002 220 302 11140
Kansas City Royals (32-55)010 200 000 352
Date of Game: Fri, July 12,2002
Stadium: Kauffman Stadium
Attendance: 24,824
Time of Game: 2:58

Feats and Milestones
Ryan Bukvich:1st career game
Ryan Bukvich:1st career game
Scott Schoeneweis:Threw 76% strikes
Winning Pitcher: Kevin Appier (7-7)
Losing Pitcher: Jeff Suppan (7-7)

Home Runs: Garret Anderson (16), Joe Randa (9)
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Historical Matchup
AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIN5239.571--45742829W2
CHA4347.4788.548446618L1
CLE4147.4669.5348421-73W1
DET3255.36818.0331469-138W1
KCA3255.36818.0375461-86L3
AL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SEA5733.633--466345121W3
ANA5335.6023.046837197W5
OAK5238.5785.042539629W3
TEX3949.44317.0434464-30L4
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