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New York Mets 2 Pittsburgh Pirates 0

+ Boxscore: Fri, April 26,1991
1991-04-25 - 1991-04-27
  123 456 789  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (11-6)000 000 000 061
New York Mets (11-6)001 000 10X 290
Date of Game: Fri, April 26,1991
Stadium: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 30,702
Time of Game: 2:33

Feats and Milestones
Vince Coleman:3 stolen bases
Bob Kipper:200th career game
Winning Pitcher: Frank Viola (3-0)
Losing Pitcher: Zane Smith (2-1)
Save: John Franco (5)

Home Runs: None
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYN116.647--704921W1
PIT116.647--776611L1
SLN107.5881.0705713W1
CHN810.4443.56672-6L2
MON512.2946.04571-26L6
PHI512.2946.06384-21L1
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    Pittsburgh Pirates Batting
    PITPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Gary Redus1b34.1764
    01000.250902012
    Jay Bellss25.1363
    00000.172370050
    Andy Van Slykecf30.1264
    01000.25511133132
    Bobby Bonillarf28.0624
    01000.3067783121
    Barry Bondslf26.2764
    01002.180730271
    Jeff King3b26.1213
    00010.274219191
    Mike LaVallierec30.2513
    00000.150546170
    Lloyd McClendonph32.1050
    00010.375269140
    Jose Lind2b26.3604
    02000.264508050
    Zane Smithp30.1191
    00010.286244010
    Carmelo Martinezph30.2721
    00000.250905000
    Bob Kipperp26.292000000--202000
    Stan Belindap24.263000000.00069000
    Totals3106032.2381536855-
    New York Mets Batting
    NYNPosAgeABRHBIBBSOAVGsG#cG#sHRsRBIsSB
    Vince Colemancf30.2164
    10000.2228940511
    Gregg Jefferies2b23.2694
    11000.192345084
    Tom Herr2b35.022000000.1821427053
    Dave Magadan1b28.2082
    02120.264495071
    Hubie Brooksrf34.2144
    01000.2171364361
    Daryl Bostonrf28.112000000.192631022
    Howard Johnson3b30.1484
    01102.17410372113
    Kevin McReynoldslf31.1934
    01001.1351099150
    Rick Ceronec36.3424
    01000.3041212130
    Kevin Elsterss26.2663
    02000.324427280
    Frank Violap31.0073
    00002.09154000
    John Francop30.221000000--455000
    Totals3229225.2141489440-
    Game Stats
    Pittsburgh Pirates Pitching
    PITAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Zane Smith30.119L 2-168112202.670.374227163
    Bob Kipper26.292-1.111002012.000.17620045
    Stan Belinda24.263-0.20000106.000.006690
    Totals8.0921250--
    New York Mets Pitching
    NYNAgeDecIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPsG#cG#cGS
    Frank Viola31.007W 3-08.16002200.870.264311310
    John Franco30.221SV 50.20001001.500.1774550
    Totals9.0600320--
    Other Game Information

    Pitches-Strikes-Balls: Zane Smith 88-52-36, Bob Kipper 30-18-12, Stan Belinda 8-7-1, Frank Viola 113-73-40, John Franco 12-6-6
    Total Batters Faced: Zane Smith 26, Bob Kipper 6, Stan Belinda 2, Frank Viola 32, John Franco 3
    Groundballs-Flyballs: Zane Smith 15-7, Bob Kipper 2-2, Stan Belinda 1-0, Frank Viola 16-12, John Franco 1-1

    Umpires: HP: Randy Marsh 1B: Charlie Reliford 2B: Joe West 3B: Eric Gregg


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