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Scoring Summary

3rdJe Giambi grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, C Pena out at second, T Long scored, R Hernandez to third.10
3rdF Menechino singled to center, R Hernandez scored.20
3rdD Jeter doubled to left, B Williams scored. D Jeter to third advancing on throw.21
5thA Soriano grounded into double play, third to second to first, J Vander Wal out at second, N Johnson scored.22
6thJa Giambi homered to right, D Jeter scored.24
6thR Ventura singled to center, J Posada scored.25
7thB Williams homered to right.26
7thJa Giambi doubled to right, D Jeter scored.27
7thR Ventura singled to center, Ja Giambi scored.28
8thB Williams grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, A Soriano out at second, S Spencer scored.29

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