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New York Yankees 6 Baltimore Orioles 4

+ Boxscore: Sat, September 26,1981
1981-09-25 - 1981-09-27
  123 456 789 10  R H E
Baltimore Orioles (55-43)000 020 110 X 482
New York Yankees (57-44)000 120 003 X 663
Date of Game: Sat, September 26,1981
Stadium: Yankee Stadium I
Attendance: 31,993
Time of Game: 2:48

Winning Pitcher: Ron Davis (4-5)
Losing Pitcher: Steve Stone (4-7)

Home Runs: Reggie Jackson (13), Jose Morales (2), Bobby Murcer (6), Gary Roenicke (3)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIL5844.569--46743928W2
NYA5744.5640.540132477W1
BAL5543.5612.04074007L1
DET5745.5591.039837919L3
BOS5645.5541.548644739L1
CLE4848.5007.0401408-7W1
TOR3565.35022.0317442-125L5
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