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San Diego Padres 2 St. Louis Cardinals 1

+ Boxscore: Wed, May 26,2010
2010-05-25 - 2010-05-27
  123 456 789 101112 1314  R H E
St. Louis Cardinals (24-23)000 000 001 000 0X 1100
San Diego Padres (26-20)000 000 010 000 1X 280
Date of Game: Wed, May 26,2010
Stadium: Petco Park
Attendance: 19,752
Time of Game: 4:13

Feats and Milestones
David Freese:4 strikeouts
Winning Pitcher: Edward Mujica (2-0)
Losing Pitcher: Mitchell Boggs (0-2)

Home Runs: Jerry Hairston (2)
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NL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN3017.638--22921910W1
SLN2423.5116.019716829L2
PIT2423.5116.0156270-114L1
CHN2225.4688.0211216-5L1
HOU1729.37012.5138211-73W1
MIL1729.37012.5234263-29L1
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN2818.609--23221913W1
SDN2620.5652.019114546W5
SFN2322.5114.518216121L1
ARI2324.4895.5245285-40L2
COL2224.4786.021619026W2
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