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New York Mets 6 Washington Nationals 3

+ Boxscore: Sun, September 04,2011
2011-09-03 - 2011-09-05
  123 456 789  R H E
New York Mets (68-70)002 004 000 6110
Washington Nationals (64-74)000 300 000 370
Date of Game: Sun, September 04,2011
Stadium: Nationals Park
Attendance: 29,679
Time of Game: 3:12

Feats and Milestones
Chris Marrero:1st career RBI
Josh Satin:1st career game, 1st career hit
Doug Slaten:Threw 82% strikes
Winning Pitcher: Ryota Igarashi (3-1)
Losing Pitcher: Livan Hernandez (8-13)
Save: Bobby Parnell (5)

Home Runs: Lucas Duda (9)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
PHI8848.647--618449169L2
ATL8257.5907.557050565W1
NYN6870.49321.0619626-7W1
WAS6474.46425.0530573-43L1
FLO6277.44627.5545622-77W2
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