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GAME INFORMATION


  W-LStrkGBLdivRklgRkmlbRk123 456 789   R H E
New York Mets 55-63L2102 001 020 6163
Florida Marlins 54-63W2124 000 20x 9150
Date of Game:  Saturday, August 10, 1996
Stadium:  Sun Life Stadium
Feats and Milestones
  • Luis Castillo - 1st career stolen base
  • Gary Sheffield - 4 hits

  • New York Mets Batting Stats

     
    New York MetsPosAgeAB RHBIBBSOAvgS-G#C-G#S-HRS-RBIS-SB
    Lance Johnsoncf33.035512000.314116109474942
    Alvaro Espinoza3b34.172523001.256728746151
    Bernard Gilkeylf29.320401111.316114707268514
    Todd Hundleyc27.075513100.26611260235921
    Carlos Baerga1b27.279301200.26310892710591
        Roberto Petaginepr-1b25.069111000.15214111030
    Alex Ochoarf24.134511001.30045563232
    Edgardo Alfonzo2b22.275401101.233831842232
    Rey Ordonezss23.272403100.2641111110181
    Paul Wilsonp23.135100001.0861818030
        Paul Byrdp25.250100000.0002138000
        Carl Everettph25.068100000.25266172193
        Jerry Dipotop28.078000000.00039150000
        Andy Tomberlinph29.276100000.31231122170
        Doug Henryp32.244000000.00046276000
    Totals: 40616615.4009965442 

    Florida Marlins Batting Stats

     
    Florida MarlinsPosAgeAB RHBIBBSOAvgS-G#C-G#S-HRS-RBIS-SB
    Luis Castillo2b20.333512000.30833012
    Edgar Renteriass21.003422010.30862622196
    Gary Sheffieldrf27.265534400.319117846339011
        Jesus Tavarezrf25.137000000.18766146031
    Jeff Coninelf30.044401000.29811456120701
    Devon Whitecf33.244322100.267105137395214
    Greg Colbrunn1b27.015413301.293994068472
    Terry Pendleton3b36.025401100.25211017207580
    Joe Siddallc28.290400001.1561036020
    Pat Rappp29.028200000.1092293010
        Terry Mathewsp31.309100001.00054207000
        Jay Powellp24.214000000.0004554000
        Felix Herediap20.053000000.00022000
        Joe Orsulakph34.071100000.2268513531131
        Robb Nenp26.255000000.00054181000
    Totals: 37915913.4059487043 

    Game Stats

     

    2B:  Carlos Baerga (26), Todd Hundley (21), Alex Ochoa (13), Gary Sheffield (26)
    3B:  Greg Colbrunn (1)
    HR:  Gary Sheffield (33)
    RBIs:  Edgardo Alfonzo (23), Carlos Baerga 2 (59), Greg Colbrunn 3 (47), Bernard Gilkey (85), Todd Hundley (92), Rey Ordonez (18), Terry Pendleton (58), Gary Sheffield 4 (90), Devon White (52)
    SB:  Luis Castillo 2 (2), Edgar Renteria (6), Devon White 2 (14)
    CS: Greg Colbrunn (4)
    SF:  Carlos Baerga (5)
    GDP:  Carlos Baerga (16)

    New York Mets Pitching Stats

     
    New York MetsAgeIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPPitStrBalS-G#C-G#
    Paul Wilson  (L 4-8)23.1352.17770016.301.524631151818
    Paul Byrd25.2502.23000103.601.435533222138
    Jerry Dipoto28.07825220204.581.7956352139150
    Doug Henry32.24410001003.981.491910946276
    Pitching Totals:81599131 17610967124482

    Florida Marlins Pitching Stats

     
    Florida MarlinsAgeIPHRERBBSOHRERAWHIPPitStrBalS-G#C-G#
    Pat Rapp  (W 6-12)29.0285.19441104.711.647954252495
    Terry Mathews31.3091.23220105.191.5829171254209
    Jay Powell24.2140.22000103.751.54181444554
    Felix Heredia20.0530.10000000.001.0011022
    Robb Nen  (Sv 22)26.25512000202.071.101814454184
    Pitching Totals:91666150 14510045179544

    Other Game Information

     

    Wild Pitches:  Pat Rapp; 
    Balks:  Jerry Dipoto; 
    Pitches-Strikes-Balls:  Paul Wilson 46-31-15;  Paul Byrd 55-33-22;  Jerry Dipoto 56-35-21;  Doug Henry 19-10-9;  Pat Rapp 79-54-25;  Terry Mathews 29-17-12;  Jay Powell 18-14-4;  Felix Heredia 1-1-0;  Robb Nen 18-14-4; 
    Batters Faced:  Paul Wilson 14;  Paul Byrd 9;  Jerry Dipoto 12;  Doug Henry 4;  Pat Rapp 24;  Terry Mathews 8;  Jay Powell 4;  Felix Heredia 1;  Robb Nen 5; 
    Time of Game:  3:11    Attendance:  22,115
    Umpires:   Home:   Eric Gregg  1B  Bob Davidson  2B  Brian Gibbons  3B  Greg Bonin 


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