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Tampa Bay Rays 7 Toronto Blue Jays 6

+ Boxscore: Thu, August 04,2011
2011-08-03 - 2011-08-05
  123 456 789 101112 13  R H E
Toronto Blue Jays (56-55)200 000 010 120 X 6100
Tampa Bay Rays (58-52)000 030 000 121 X 7120
Date of Game: Thu, August 04,2011
Stadium: Tropicana Field
Attendance: 28,491
Time of Game: 3:51

Feats and Milestones
Brandon Gomes:1st career win
Casey Janssen:200th career game
Winning Pitcher: Brandon Gomes (1-1)
Losing Pitcher: Shawn Camp (1-2)

Home Runs: Jose Bautista (33), Desmond Jennings (3), Evan Longoria (15)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BOS6842.618--602464138L1
NYA6842.618--594421173W7
TBA5852.52710.047143437W2
TOR5655.50512.552051010L2
BAL4365.39824.0444577-133L2
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