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Los Angeles Dodgers 10 Pittsburgh Pirates 1

+ Boxscore: Wed, May 17,1978
1978-05-16 - 1978-05-18
  123 456 789  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (15-19)100 000 000 142
Los Angeles Dodgers (21-14)002 500 21X 10111
Date of Game: Wed, May 17,1978
Stadium: Dodger Stadium
Attendance: 33,097
Time of Game: 2:30

Winning Pitcher: Tommy John (6-1)
Losing Pitcher: Jim Rooker (2-2)

Home Runs: Ron Cey (3), Lee Lacy (3), Dave Lopes (4)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PHI1714.548--14911435L3
MON1815.5451.014312815W1
CHN1617.4852.0124146-22L2
PIT1519.4413.5135158-23L3
NYN1521.4174.5124143-19W1
SLN1423.3786.0145150-5L7
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SFN2212.647--13011614W7
LAN2114.6001.518913455W3
CIN2015.5712.518016416L1
HOU1616.5005.0118127-9W5
SDN1618.4716.0116135-19W3
ATL1319.4068.094132-38L1
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