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Texas Rangers 11 Minnesota Twins 1

+ Boxscore: Thu, August 20,2009
2009-08-19 - 2009-08-21
  123 456 789  R H E
Minnesota Twins (62-59)000 010 000 1101
Texas Rangers (67-53)013 005 20X 11171
Date of Game: Thu, August 20,2009
Stadium: Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Attendance: 21,870
Time of Game: 2:48

Feats and Milestones
Julio Borbon:1st career home run
Marlon Byrd:2 home runs
Winning Pitcher: Derek Holland (7-7)
Losing Pitcher: Anthony Swarzak (3-7)

Home Runs: Julio Borbon (1), Marlon Byrd 2 (14), Nelson Cruz (26), Delmon Young (8)
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AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
DET6258.517--55353815W1
MIN6259.5120.56046031L1
CHA5566.4557.556354716W1
CLE5367.4429.0607630-23L3
KCA5367.4429.0484612-128L1
AL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TEX6753.558--58552263W1
ANA6356.5293.568560580W4
SEA6457.5293.5482533-51L1
OAK5961.4928.0541579-38L2
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