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New York Mets 7 Cincinnati Reds 5

+ Boxscore: Tue, June 18,1991
1991-06-17 - 1991-06-19
  123 456 789  R H E
Cincinnati Reds (33-30)200 010 110 5133
New York Mets (33-29)014 000 02X 790
Date of Game: Tue, June 18,1991
Stadium: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 21,058
Time of Game: 3:05
Winning Pitcher: Alejandro Pena (3-0)
Losing Pitcher: Randy Myers (3-5)

Home Runs: Howard Johnson (15)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT3922.639--26422440W3
SLN3429.5406.026524916W2
NYN3329.5326.526524520W2
CHN3133.4849.5263277-14L4
MON3034.46910.5246259-13W5
PHI2836.43712.5253270-17W2
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN3825.603--27120863W3
CIN3330.5245.0251255-4L2
ATL3130.5086.029425539L5
SDN3333.5006.5264290-26L2
HOU2539.39113.5207279-72L2
SFN2540.38514.0245277-32L3
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