Bonifacio struck out swinging.
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|1st||Ramírez homered to right (404 feet).||1||0|
|4th||Ramírez homered to right (394 feet), Hernández scored.||3||0|
|4th||Mercado grounded into fielder's choice to third, Santana scored, R. Pérez to second, Naquin safe at third on fielding error by third baseman Paredes.||4||0|
|4th||Lindor walked, Naquin scored, Mercado to second, R. Pérez to third.||5||0|
|7th||Reyes singled to center, Hernández scored and Ramírez scored, Santana to third.||7||0|
|7th||Naquin grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Santana scored, Reyes out at second.||8||0|
|8th||Hernández doubled to deep left, Naylor scored.||9||0|
|8th||Ramírez reached on infield single to shortstop, Hernández scored.||10||0|
|8th||W. Castro homered to right (349 feet), Paredes scored and Hill scored.||10||3|
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