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Texas Rangers 8 Detroit Tigers 4

+ Boxscore: Sun, April 25,2010
2010-04-24 - 2010-04-26
  123 456 789  R H E
Detroit Tigers (12-7)310 000 000 480
Texas Rangers (8-10)240 020 00X 8110
Date of Game: Sun, April 25,2010
Stadium: Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Attendance: 31,211
Time of Game: 2:47

Feats and Milestones
Austin Jackson:1st career home run
Michael Young:5 RBIs
Colby Lewis:10 Strikeouts
Fu-Te Ni:Struck out at least 2 batters per inning (1.2+ ip)
Winning Pitcher: Colby Lewis (3-0)
Losing Pitcher: Rick Porcello (1-2)

Home Runs: Austin Jackson (1), David Murphy (1)
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Historical Matchup
AL Central Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
MIN136.684--1017031L1
DET127.6321.08893-5L1
CHA910.4744.07490-16W4
CLE810.4444.56084-24L1
KCA612.3336.585106-21W1
AL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
ANA119.550--8298-16W1
OAK119.550--926527W1
TEX810.4442.079772W1
SEA811.4212.572693L3
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