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Smoltz Gets Career Victory 200 Tops Mets 2-1

Atlanta Braves starter John Smoltz may have reserved himself a future spot in Cooperstown on Thursday night, as he became the first pitcher in MLB history to record 200 wins and 150 saves. Smoltz got win number 200, against former teammate Tom Glavine as the Braves topped the New York Mets 2-1. Smoltz worked seven innings of scoreless ball. Matt Diaz went deep for the Braves, and Bob Wickman back off the DL worked out of trouble in the ninth for the save. Glavine was looking for career victory 296 but took the loss.

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