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Seattle Mariners 5 San Francisco Giants 4

+ Boxscore: Sun, May 24,2009
2009-05-23 - 2009-05-25
  123 456 789  R H E
San Francisco Giants (18-25)000 030 010 480
Seattle Mariners (21-24)200 030 00X 551
Date of Game: Sun, May 24,2009
Stadium: Safeco Field
Attendance: 36,616
Time of Game: 2:15

Feats and Milestones
Felix Hernandez:10 Strikeouts
Winning Pitcher: Felix Hernandez (5-3)
Losing Pitcher: Barry Zito (1-5)
Save: David Aardsma (6)

Home Runs: Adrian Beltre (3), Ken Griffey (5), Fred Lewis (3)
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AL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TEX2617.605--23220032W3
ANA2419.5582.02112056L2
SEA2124.4676.0170205-35W1
OAK1724.4158.0183208-25W1
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN2916.644--24517570W2
SDN2519.5683.5166199-33W10
ARI2222.5006.5182209-27L1
COL1825.41910.02122120W2
SFN1825.41910.0164180-16L1
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