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Atlanta Braves 2 San Diego Padres 1

+ Boxscore: Sat, August 17,1991
1991-08-16 - 1991-08-18
  123 456 789  R H E
Atlanta Braves (63-52)000 000 020 262
San Diego Padres (57-60)000 000 001 131
Date of Game: Sat, August 17,1991
Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium
Attendance: 39,551
Time of Game: 2:37

Feats and Milestones
Mark Wohlers:1st career game
Mark Wohlers:1st career save 1st career game
Winning Pitcher: Charlie Leibrandt (11-11)
Losing Pitcher: Bruce Hurst (14-6)
Save: Mark Wohlers (1)

Home Runs: None
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN6551.560--48640680W2
ATL6352.5481.554447965W2
SFN5759.4918.0467469-2L2
SDN5760.4878.5443485-42L2
CIN5659.4878.5474489-15W2
HOU4868.41417.0420505-85L2
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