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New York Mets 2 St. Louis Cardinals 0

+ Boxscore: Tue, June 29,1976
1976-06-28 - 1976-06-30
  123 456 789  R H E
St. Louis Cardinals (31-41)000 000 000 030
New York Mets (39-37)200 000 00X 251
Date of Game: Tue, June 29,1976
Stadium: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 16,232
Time of Game: 1:52

Feats and Milestones
Mickey Lolich:Complete game/Shutout 3-hitter
Winning Pitcher: Mickey Lolich (4-9)
Losing Pitcher: Pete Falcone (5-7)

Home Runs: Dave Kingman (27)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PHI4921.700--390246144W3
PIT4029.5808.529828513W2
NYN3937.51313.029326330W6
SLN3141.43119.0266306-40L3
CHN3042.41720.0289399-110L5
MON2443.35823.5243307-64L2
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    St. Louis Cardinals Batting
    SLNPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Jerry Mumphreycf23.2934
    00001.23945043
    Don Kessingerss33.3474
    02001.24617131150
    Lou Brocklf37.0114
    00003.275218823122
    Ted Simmons1b26.3243
    00011.2789142330
    Joe Fergusonc29.2834
    00000.2214267222
    Mike Andersonrf25.0073
    00010.290450021
    Hector Cruz3b23.0882
    00010.204987280
    Mike Tyson2b26.1673
    01000.2684761170
    Pete Falconep22.2712
    00002.04043000
    Vic Harrisph26.0941
    00001.2573801150
    Eric Rasmussenp24.099000000.00040000
    Totals3003039.2485396773-
    New York Mets Batting
    NYNPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Bud Harrelsonss32.0234
    00000.20611491152
    Felix Millan2b32.3134
    00000.24812891110
    Joe Torre1b35.3464
    12000.31220844121
    Dave Kingmanlf27.1903
    11210.24361727625
    Mike Vailrf24.2324
    01000.25045000
    Leon Brownrf26.225000000.21223010
    Jerry Grotec33.2662
    00010.24112573161
    Roy Staiger3b26.1741
    01020.19341060
    Del Unsercf31.2023
    00001.23412085254
    Mickey Lolichp35.2902
    00002.192400000
    Totals2725243.2414558113-
    Game Stats
    2B: Don Kessinger (13), Roy Staiger (3), Joe Torre (6)
    HR: Dave Kingman (27)
    RBI: Dave Kingman (62)
    SH: Mickey Lolich (5)
    GDP: Ted Simmons (6), Jerry Grote (10)
    St. Louis Cardinals Pitching
    SLNAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Pete Falcone22.271L 5-765224214.030.09154947
    Eric Rasmussen24.099-20000104.500.00264014
    Totals8.0522431--
    New York Mets Pitching
    NYNAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Mickey Lolich35.290W 4-993003902.970.0716524474
    Totals9.0300390--
    Other Game Information
    WP: Mickey Lolich (7)

    Pitches-Strikes-Balls: Pete Falcone 0-0-0, Eric Rasmussen 0-0-0, Mickey Lolich 0-0-0
    Total Batters Faced: Pete Falcone 26, Eric Rasmussen 6, Mickey Lolich 33
    Groundballs-Flyballs: Pete Falcone 9-6, Eric Rasmussen 2-3, Mickey Lolich 15-3

    Umpires: HP: Nick Colosi 1B: Ed Montague 2B: Lee Weyer 3B: Paul Runge


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