Calhoun struck out looking.
|2nd||Ibáñez doubled to deep left, Lowe scored.||0||1|
|2nd||Solak singled to center, Ibáñez scored.||0||2|
|3rd||Hedges homered to left (396 feet).||1||2|
|3rd||Giménez scored on Howard wild pitch, Straw to third, Rosario to second||2||2|
|3rd||J. Ramírez singled to center, Straw scored and Rosario scored.||4||2|
|3rd||Kiner-Falefa homered to left (392 feet).||4||3|
|4th||Bradley homered to right (381 feet).||5||3|
|4th||Rosario reached on infield single to second, Hedges scored, Straw to third.||6||3|
|4th||J. Ramírez reached on infield single to third, Straw scored, Rosario to second.||7||3|
|4th||H. Ramirez singled to right, J. Ramírez scored and Rosario scored.||9||3|
|6th||Lowe homered to right (418 feet).||9||4|
|9th||Trevino homered to left (409 feet), Solak scored.||9||6|
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