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Pittsburgh Pirates 10 New York Mets 8

+ Boxscore: Tue, September 24,1991
1991-09-23 - 1991-09-25
  123 456 789  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (92-59)000 331 300 10172
New York Mets (72-78)001 240 100 8113
Date of Game: Tue, September 24,1991
Stadium: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 12,336
Time of Game: 3:39

Feats and Milestones
Daryl Boston:5 RBIs
Winning Pitcher: Bob Patterson (4-2)
Losing Pitcher: Jeff Innis (0-2)
Save: Rosario Rodriguez (5)

Home Runs: Daryl Boston (3), Howard Johnson (37)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT9259.609--721588133W3
SLN7973.52013.56086071W1
CHN7278.48019.5652696-44L1
NYN7278.48019.5597608-11L2
PHI7280.47420.5593642-49W1
MON6784.44425.0542605-63L1
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