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San Francisco Giants 8 Philadelphia Phillies 7

+ Boxscore: Tue, July 07,1992
1992-07-06 - 1992-07-08
  123 456 789  R H E
Philadelphia Phillies (36-47)312 010 000 782
San Francisco Giants (40-42)030 300 02X 8111
Date of Game: Tue, July 07,1992
Stadium: Candlestick Park
Attendance: 0
Time of Game: 3:27

Winning Pitcher: Bryan Hickerson (3-1)
Losing Pitcher: Mike Hartley (4-2)
Save: Rod Beck (7)

Home Runs: Ruben Amaro (5), John Kruk (8), Robby Thompson (5)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PIT4637.554--34031426W2
SLN4141.5004.5300306-6W2
MON4141.5004.534531926W2
NYN4043.4826.03183153W2
CHN3943.4766.52922920L2
PHI3647.43410.0354382-28L3
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
CIN5031.617--35230448W6
ATL4437.5436.031730116L3
SDN4341.5128.53463460L4
SFN4042.48810.5311343-32W4
HOU3845.45813.0298331-33L2
LAN3646.43914.5289309-20L2
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