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New York Mets 7 San Francisco Giants 4

+ Boxscore: Thu, May 14,2009
2009-05-13 - 2009-05-15
  123 456 789  R H E
New York Mets (20-14)102 100 003 7121
San Francisco Giants (16-18)200 000 020 4110
Date of Game: Thu, May 14,2009
Stadium: AT&T Park
Attendance: 30,154
Time of Game: 3:11

Feats and Milestones
David Wright:4 stolen bases, 100th career stolen base
Winning Pitcher: Bobby Parnell (2-0)
Losing Pitcher: Brian Wilson (2-1)
Save: Francisco Rodriguez (10)

Home Runs: None
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYN2014.588--17215022W1
ATL1816.5292.01521502W1
FLO1619.4574.5159172-13L4
WAS1518.4554.5171202-31W1
PHI1319.4066.01741731L2
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
LAN2313.639--20113764W2
ARI1718.4865.5129168-39W1
SFN1618.4716.0136148-12L2
SDN1619.4576.5131183-52W1
COL1122.33310.51721648L2
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