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Chicago Cubs 7 New York Mets 2

+ Boxscore: Mon, August 05,1991
1991-08-04 - 1991-08-06
  123 456 789  R H E
Chicago Cubs (52-52)300 011 101 7110
New York Mets (55-49)100 000 001 291
Date of Game: Mon, August 05,1991
Stadium: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 27,508
Time of Game: 2:31

Feats and Milestones
Frank Castillo:1st career RBI
Anthony Young:1st career game
Anthony Young:1st career game
Winning Pitcher: Frank Castillo (4-2)
Losing Pitcher: Pete Schourek (2-2)

Home Runs: Andre Dawson (19)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT6142.592--48740186W1
SLN5648.5385.54414374L1
NYN5549.5296.544242220L6
CHN5252.5009.5470483-13W4
PHI4658.44215.5395438-43W6
MON4361.41318.5364419-55L6
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