Franco grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Severino out at second.
|1st||Mancini homered to center (413 feet).||0||1|
|2nd||Galvis homered to left (381 feet).||0||2|
|2nd||Mancini doubled to left, Hays scored, McKenna scored and Mullins scored.||0||5|
|5th||Brosseau homered to left (393 feet), Zunino scored.||2||5|
|5th||Arozarena homered to center (416 feet).||3||5|
|5th||Mancini homered to center (431 feet).||3||6|
|7th||Choi singled to center, Kiermaier scored.||4||6|
|7th||Arozarena homered to left (427 feet), Choi scored.||6||6|
|8th||Choi singled to center, Adames scored, Kiermaier to third.||7||6|
|8th||Kiermaier scored on Fry wild pitch, Choi to second on wild pitch by Fry.||8||6|
|8th||Arozarena doubled to deep left, Choi scored.||9||6|
|9th||Severino singled to right center, Stewart scored, Mancini to third.||9||7|
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