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New York Mets 4 Montreal Expos 2

+ Boxscore: Mon, July 31,1972
1972-07-30 - 1972-08-01
  123 456 789  R H E
Montreal Expos (42-50)000 000 200 241
New York Mets (52-41)000 011 02X 461
Date of Game: Mon, July 31,1972
Stadium: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 18,685
Time of Game: 2:56

Feats and Milestones
Brent Strom:1st career game
Brent Strom:1st career game
Winning Pitcher: Danny Frisella (4-5)
Losing Pitcher: Steve Renko (1-7)

Home Runs: Duffy Dyer (7)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT6035.632--437322115W3
NYN5241.5597.0311329-18W2
CHN5147.52010.541934475W4
SLN4648.48913.5352371-19L5
MON4250.45716.5297365-68L2
PHI3461.35826.0298397-99L3
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