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Philadelphia Phillies 5 Chicago Cubs 1

+ Boxscore: Mon, September 12,1988
1988-09-11 - 1988-09-13
  123 456 789  R H E
Chicago Cubs (69-75)000 100 000 161
Philadelphia Phillies (59-85)001 000 31X 5100
Date of Game: Mon, September 12,1988
Stadium: Veterans Stadium
Attendance: 13,433
Time of Game: 2:27

Feats and Milestones
Don Carman:200th career game
Kent Tekulve:Threw 86% strikes
Winning Pitcher: Don Carman (10-11)
Losing Pitcher: Jamie Moyer (7-15)
Save: Kent Tekulve (4)

Home Runs: Ryne Sandberg (18)
CHN PHI
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYN8656.606--610475135W5
PIT7567.52811.057154031L2
MON7272.50015.055352528W1
SLN7074.48617.0524545-21L1
CHN6975.47918.0577608-31L5
PHI5985.41028.0528654-126W2
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