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Yakult's Double Digit Scores For One Month

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Yakult's Double Digit Scores For One Month
The Yakult Swallows have set a new Central League record for the number of times the team has scored in the double digits, in one month, with their 7th double digit score for May 2006 so far, with the 13-4 victory over the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles on May 23rd. The Swallows' double digit games for May so far are as follows:

May 05 Yakult 10 - 5 Yomiuri
May 09 Yakult 10 - 8 Seibu
May 10 Yakult 14 - 8 Seibu
May 11 Yakult 14 - 3 Seibu
May 16 Yakult 10 - 9 Rakuten
May 20 Yakult 14 - 2 Softbank
May 23 Yakult 13 - 4 Rakuten

Yakult has 6 games remaining to try and set a new NPB record of 8 games with double digit scores (the May 24 game against Rakuten is rained out).

Sorry, the article didn't state which CL team(s) held the previous record of 6 double digit scores in one month, nor did it list the PL record holder of 7 games.

Source: Original article from Nikkan Sports (in Japanese)
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Re: Yakult's Double Digit Scores For One Month
[ Author: Guest | Posted: May 24, 2006 10:57 PM ]

What's Yakult's overall win-loss record for May 2006?
Re: Yakult's Double Digit Scores for One Month
[ Author: Jingu Bleacher Bum | Posted: May 26, 2006 10:37 AM | YAK Fan ]

- What's Yakult's overall win-loss record for May 2006?

Including the no-no win against Rakuten last night, they are 13-7 in May so far, through 5/25 (11-3 in inter-league play).
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