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Pittsburgh Pirates 6 Los Angeles Dodgers 5

+ Boxscore: Thu, May 19,1977
1977-05-18 - 1977-05-20
  123 456 789 1011  R H E
Los Angeles Dodgers (28-9)212 000 000 0X 573
Pittsburgh Pirates (24-10)010 300 100 1X 671
Date of Game: Thu, May 19,1977
Stadium: Three Rivers Stadium
Attendance: 17,988
Time of Game: 2:54
Winning Pitcher: Rich Gossage (4-0)
Losing Pitcher: Charlie Hough (3-2)

Home Runs: Phil Garner (4), Reggie Smith (10)
LAN PIT
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT2410.706--16512936W1
CHN2112.6362.517514233L1
SLN2113.6183.017412846W1
PHI1716.5156.515214210L3
MON1319.40610.0119145-26L9
NYN1421.40010.51251250W3
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN289.757--21213973L1
CIN1519.44111.51571543W1
HOU1521.41712.5127163-36W1
SFN1422.38913.5115146-31L4
SDN1524.38514.0182220-38W1
ATL1324.35115.0157227-70W4
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