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St. Louis Cardinals 5 Atlanta Braves 3

+ Boxscore: Sun, August 07,2005
2005-08-06 - 2005-08-08
  123 456 789 10  R H E
Atlanta Braves (64-48)110 000 001 X 360
St. Louis Cardinals (70-41)000 000 014 X 590
Date of Game: Sun, August 07,2005
Stadium: Busch Stadium II
Attendance: 47,714
Time of Game: 2:37
Winning Pitcher: Ray King (3-2)
Losing Pitcher: Chris Reitsma (3-3)

Home Runs: David Eckstein (5), Jeff Francoeur (8), Kelly Johnson (8), Albert Pujols (31)
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NL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
ATL6448.571--52843692L1
FLO5752.5235.550047129W1
WAS5853.5235.5425447-22L3
PHI5854.5186.05175161L1
NYN5754.5146.550946346W3
NL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
SLN7041.631--569437132W1
HOU6052.53610.547642452W1
MIL5656.50014.551248428W1
CHN5457.48616.0494498-4L5
CIN5062.44620.5560632-72L1
PIT4765.42023.5459549-90L1
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