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San Francisco Giants 4 Toronto Blue Jays 3

+ Boxscore: Mon, June 11,2007
2007-06-10 - 2007-06-12
  123 456 789  R H E
Toronto Blue Jays (30-33)300 000 000 371
San Francisco Giants (29-34)100 300 00X 460
Date of Game: Mon, June 11,2007
Stadium: AT&T Park
Attendance: 38,030
Time of Game: 2:12

Feats and Milestones
Nate Schierholtz:1st career game
Omar Vizquel:2500th career game
Winning Pitcher: Matt Morris (7-3)
Losing Pitcher: Josh Towers (2-4)

Home Runs: Barry Bonds (13)
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AL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BOS3921.650--32324380L1
TOR3033.47610.5287289-2L1
NYA2831.47510.534229151W6
BAL2934.46011.52762715L2
TBA2833.45911.5297364-67W2
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SDN3626.581--27020664L3
ARI3727.5781.026925613W1
LAN3628.5621.027525718W1
COL3132.4925.5268307-39W2
SFN2934.4607.527025218W1
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