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Milwaukee Brewers 5 Cincinnati Reds 3

+ Boxscore: Sat, September 15,2007
2007-09-14 - 2007-09-16
  123 456 789  R H E
Cincinnati Reds (68-79)010 000 200 381
Milwaukee Brewers (75-71)201 010 01X 5102
Date of Game: Sat, September 15,2007
Stadium: Miller Park
Attendance: 40,710
Time of Game: 3:12

Winning Pitcher: Jeff Suppan (10-11)
Losing Pitcher: Kirk Saarloos (1-5)
Save: Francisco Cordero (42)

Home Runs: Prince Fielder (46), J.J. Hardy (25)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIL7571.514--7177161W1
CHN7672.5141.068263745L1
SLN6976.4765.5656739-83W1
CIN6879.4637.5729786-57L1
PIT6482.43811.0679749-70L1
HOU6484.43212.0644753-109W1
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