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MLB Games on Friday April 27, 1956

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VisTeamLgvScoreHomeTeamLghScoreBoxscoreInnAttendanceBallparkTODGameTimeWinning PitcherLosing PitcherSave PitcherHome Runs
New York YankeesAL5Boston Red SoxAL2Box | PBP912,626Fenway ParkDay2:36Don LarsenTom Brewer---Howard
Kansas City AthleticsAL7Chicago White SoxAL9Box | PBP93,944Comiskey ParkDay2:33Billy PierceArt Ditmar---Dropo, Lopez, Renna, Simpson (2)
Cleveland IndiansAL4Detroit TigersAL3Box | PBP103,735Briggs StadiumNight2:30Don MossiFrank Lary---Avila, Kaline, Maxwell, Torgeson, Wertz
Baltimore OriolesAL5Washington Senators IAL8Box | PBP94,753Griffith StadiumNight2:43Connie GrobErv Palica---Pyburn
Pittsburgh PiratesNL2Brooklyn DodgersNL7Box | PBP97,056Ebbets FieldNight2:35Roger CraigRon Kline---Campanella, Hodges, Long, Robinson
Chicago CubsNL4Cincinnati RedsNL7Box | PBP911,803Crosley FieldNight2:43Johnny KlippsteinRuss Meyer---Bailey, Moryn (2)
Philadelphia PhilliesNL3New York GiantsNL5Box | PBP96,465Polo GroundsNight2:40Al WorthingtonHerm Wehmeier---Spencer
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visTeam Visiting Team Lg League vScore Visiting team runs scored homeTeam Home Team hScore Home team runs scored Boxscore Link to Boxscore (Box) and Play by Play (PBP) Inn Innings in a game or Innings played at position Attendance Number of people paying for tickets for games Ballpark Team or School's ballpark for the season TOD Time of Day (Day or Night) GameTime Time of play for the game Winning Pitcher The Pitcher in the game when winning team went ahead for good Losing Pitcher The Pitcher in the game when losing team was losing for the rest of the game Save Pitcher The final pitcher for the winning team in a close game