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Seattle Mariners 4 Texas Rangers 2

+ Boxscore: Sat, September 10,1983
1983-09-09 - 1983-09-11
  123 456 789  R H E
Texas Rangers (66-78)000 020 000 230
Seattle Mariners (55-86)020 000 02X 451
Date of Game: Sat, September 10,1983
Stadium: The Kingdome
Attendance: 6,309
Time of Game: 2:12

Feats and Milestones
Curtis Wilkerson:1st career game
Bryan Clark:3-hitter
Winning Pitcher: Bryan Clark (7-7)
Losing Pitcher: Danny Darwin (7-12)

Home Runs: Pat Putnam (18)
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AL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CHA8359.585--702601101W6
KCA6775.47216.0598686-88L2
OAK6777.46517.0640693-53L1
TEX6678.45818.057455123L2
CAL6478.45119.0649699-50L3
MIN6182.42722.5639743-104W2
SEA5586.39027.5499632-133W2
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