W. Castro struck out swinging.
|1st||Benintendi singled to left, C. Santana scored and Merrifield scored, Perez to second.||0||2|
|2nd||Baddoo singled to shallow left, Cabrera scored and W. Castro scored, Ramos to second.||2||2|
|4th||Taylor doubled to shallow left, Gutiérrez scored.||2||3|
|4th||Lopez hit sacrifice fly to center, Taylor scored.||2||4|
|5th||H. Castro singled to center, Ramos scored, Baddoo to third.||3||4|
|5th||Benintendi reached on infield single to second, C. Santana scored.||3||5|
|6th||C. Santana hit sacrifice fly to right, Lopez scored.||3||6|
|7th||Gutiérrez grounded out to shortstop, Benintendi scored.||3||7|
|9th||Grossman homered to right (395 feet), Baddoo scored.||5||7|
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