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Washington Nationals 5 New York Mets 2

+ Boxscore: Wed, July 25,2012
2012-07-24 - 2012-07-26
  123 456 789  R H E
Washington Nationals (57-40)020 100 200 570
New York Mets (50-48)010 000 010 242
Date of Game: Wed, July 25,2012
Stadium: Citi field
Attendance: 35,517
Time of Game: 2:53

Feats and Milestones
Stephen Strasburg:11 Strikeouts
Winning Pitcher: Stephen Strasburg (11-4)
Losing Pitcher: Jeremy Hefner (1-4)
Save: Tyler Clippard (18)

Home Runs: Ike Davis (16), Danny Espinosa (9), Adam LaRoche (18), Mike Morse (7)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
WAS5740.588--41733978W5
MIA5048.5107.5364441-77L2
NYN5048.5107.5443450-7L6
ATL4850.4909.545042030W2
PHI4653.46512.0424451-27W4
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