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Wednesday September 13, 1972
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MLB standings at the end of September 13, 1972

A.L. East
GPWLTPCTGBRFRAHOMEROADLAST 10STRK
Boston Red Sox 136 74 62 0 .544 567556 44-2130-417-3Won 1
Detroit Tigers 138 74 64 0 .5361.0 471462 38-3236-326-4Won 2
Baltimore Orioles 139 74 65 0 .5321.5 481381 37-3537-305-5Lost 2
New York Yankees 139 74 65 0 .5321.5 511466 45-2429-416-4Lost 1
Cleveland Indians 139 63 76 0 .45312.5 413455 39-2924-473-7Lost 3
Milwaukee Brewers 140 57 83 0 .40719.0 436527 33-3824-455-5Won 3


A.L. West
GPWLTPCTGBRFRAHOMEROADLAST 10STRK
Oakland A's 138 81 57 0 .587 531403 39-2642-315-5Won 2
Chicago White Sox 138 78 60 0 .5653.0 507477 52-2126-396-4Lost 1
Minnesota Twins 137 69 68 0 .50411.5 468483 35-2834-405-5Lost 2
Kansas City Royals 136 67 69 0 .49313.0 510482 42-3025-396-4Won 1
California Angels 137 64 73 0 .46716.5 417495 37-3127-425-5Won 1
Texas Rangers 137 52 85 0 .38028.5 431556 30-4122-443-7Lost 1


N.L. East
GPWLTPCTGBRFRAHOMEROADLAST 10STRK
Pittsburgh Pirates 136 88 48 0 .647 635457 46-2442-248-2Won 2
Chicago Cubs 139 75 63 1 .54314.0 599516 40-2535-386-4Lost 2
New York Mets 136 72 64 0 .52916.0 472497 37-3435-306-4Won 5
St. Louis Cardinals 139 65 74 0 .46824.5 519549 34-3231-423-7Won 1
Montreal Expos 137 64 73 0 .46724.5 456538 32-3532-385-5Lost 1
Philadelphia Phillies 138 49 89 0 .35540.0 444581 24-4925-402-8Lost 6


N.L. West
GPWLTPCTGBRFRAHOMEROADLAST 10STRK
Cincinnati Reds 138 85 53 0 .616 633495 34-2951-245-5Won 2
Houston Astros 137 77 60 0 .5627.5 638549 37-3140-294-6Won 2
Los Angeles Dodgers 138 73 65 0 .52912.0 507475 36-3337-323-7Lost 3
Atlanta Braves 140 64 75 1 .46021.5 561652 32-3532-405-5Lost 2
San Francisco Giants 139 62 77 0 .44623.5 593583 29-4333-346-4Won 3
San Diego Padres 135 51 84 0 .37832.5 426591 24-5027-345-5Lost 2



Today's scores and summaries:

Rangers 5, Angels 6: A safe squeeze bunt by Leo Cardenas capped a two-run rally in the eighth inning and brought the Angels a 6-5 victory over the Rangers. Vada Pinson opened the stanza with a single and scored the tying run on a double by Ken McMullen, who took third on the throw home. Cardenas then pushed his bunt down the first base line for a hit to score Billy Parker, the pinch-runner for McMullen.

Orioles 5, Tigers 6:

White Sox 4, Royals 6: The White Sox, who twice overcame two-run deficits, were unable to do it three times and lost to the Royals, 6-4. With the score tied, 4-4, Amos Otis led off the eighth with a single for the Royals and Lou Piniella sacrified. Carl Taylor walked and Paul Schaal then doubled to drive in both runners and give the Royals their winning margin.

Indians 1, Brewers 3:

A's 8, Twins 0:

Red Sox 7, Yankees 2:

Reds 8, Braves 6:

Pirates 6, Cubs 4:

Padres 5, Astros 6:

Cardinals 5, Expos 4:

Mets 11, Phillies 6:

Dodgers 1, Giants 7:


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