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Toronto Blue Jays 6 San Francisco Giants 5

+ Boxscore: Mon, June 10,2002
2002-06-09 - 2002-06-11
  123 456 789  R H E
San Francisco Giants (35-27)111 200 000 5100
Toronto Blue Jays (27-34)014 100 00X 681
Date of Game: Mon, June 10,2002
Stadium: Rogers Centre
Attendance: 18,081
Time of Game: 3:10

Feats and Milestones
Corey Thurman:1st career win
Tim Worrell:400th career game
Winning Pitcher: Corey Thurman (1-1)
Losing Pitcher: Kirk Rueter (7-4)
Save: Kelvim Escobar (13)

Home Runs: Damon Minor (3), Raul Mondesi (13)
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AL East Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
BOS4120.672--346241105W1
NYA4123.6411.5355248107W2
BAL2932.47512.0280295-15W1
TOR2734.44314.0296333-37W5
TBA2042.32321.5234339-105L2
NL West Standings (on this date)
TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
ARI3924.619--32927257L1
LAN3825.6031.028323647W3
SFN3527.5653.529422767L2
COL3133.4848.5309312-3L4
SDN2737.42212.5236306-70L1
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