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Texas Rangers 6 Oakland Athletics 3

+ Boxscore: Fri, July 07,1989
1989-07-06 - 1989-07-08
  123 456 789  R H E
Texas Rangers (46-38)010 000 230 690
Oakland Athletics (51-35)000 001 020 341
Date of Game: Fri, July 07,1989
Stadium: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Attendance: 39,678
Time of Game: 2:49

Winning Pitcher: Bobby Witt (7-8)
Losing Pitcher: Storm Davis (7-4)
Save: Jeff Russell (20)

Home Runs: Steve Buechele (6), Mike Gallego (3), Ruben Sierra (14)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CAL5033.602--35026684W1
OAK5135.5931.536431153L1
KCA4737.5603.535731839W1
TEX4638.5484.537536312W2
MIN4144.48210.041639125L4
SEA4044.47610.5382398-16L1
CHA3254.37219.5365458-93L4
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