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Pittsburgh Pirates 4 San Francisco Giants 3

+ Boxscore: Sat, June 30,1990
1990-06-29 - 1990-07-01
  123 456 789  R H E
Pittsburgh Pirates (43-30)000 001 120 490
San Francisco Giants (38-37)000 102 000 371
Date of Game: Sat, June 30,1990
Stadium: Candlestick Park
Attendance: 31,159
Time of Game: 2:33

Winning Pitcher: Bob Kipper (3-1)
Losing Pitcher: Mark Thurmond (1-2)
Save: Stan Belinda (3)

Home Runs: Bobby Bonilla (17), Matt Williams (16)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT4330.589--33729047W1
NYN4130.5771.036528877L1
MON4234.5532.531026149L4
PHI3537.4867.5296319-23L1
CHN3344.42912.0334387-53W4
SLN3144.41313.0288344-56W1
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN4626.639--33725384W1
SFN3837.5079.536632343L1
LAN3638.48611.0310333-23L1
SDN3537.48611.03193190L4
HOU3243.42715.5272324-52W1
ATL3042.41716.0304397-93W4
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