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Kansas City Royals 3 Chicago White Sox 1

+ Boxscore: Mon, June 28,2010
2010-06-27 - 2010-06-29
  123 456 789  R H E
Chicago White Sox (39-36)000 100 000 140
Kansas City Royals (31-46)210 000 00X 3122
Date of Game: Mon, June 28,2010
Stadium: Kauffman Stadium
Attendance: 15,056
Time of Game: 2:27

Feats and Milestones
Anthony Lerew:1st career win
Joakim Soria:200th career game
Winning Pitcher: Anthony Lerew (1-1)
Losing Pitcher: Mark Buehrle (6-7)
Save: Joakim Soria (19)

Home Runs: Carlos Quentin (13)
CHA KCA
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AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
DET4134.547--3423357W1
MIN4135.5390.535030941L2
CHA3936.5202.0325331-6L2
CLE3243.4279.0311387-76W2
KCA3146.40311.0345376-31W1
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