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Philadelphia Phillies 5 Pittsburgh Pirates 2

+ Boxscore: Fri, September 11,1992
1992-09-10 - 1992-09-12
  123 456 789  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (81-59)000 001 010 260
Philadelphia Phillies (57-81)100 003 10X 590
Date of Game: Fri, September 11,1992
Stadium: Veterans Stadium
Attendance: 20,168
Time of Game: 2:31

Winning Pitcher: Ben Rivera (5-3)
Losing Pitcher: Bob Walk (9-5)
Save: Mitch Williams (25)

Home Runs: Ruben Amaro (6), Jay Bell (9), Darren Daulton (26)
PIT PHI
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT8159.579--59352865L1
MON7763.5504.057050862W1
CHN7069.50410.54904846W1
SLN6969.50011.0508510-2L1
NYN6376.45317.5511528-17L3
PHI5781.41323.0580618-38W3
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