Chang struck out swinging.
|1st||Hernandez homered to left (373 feet).||0||1|
|1st||A. Rosario homered to left (423 feet).||0||2|
|2nd||Collins doubled to right, García scored on fielding error by second baseman Hernandez, Mercedes scored and Eaton scored.||3||2|
|2nd||Collins scored, Anderson picked off and caught stealing second.||3||2|
|3rd||Hernandez homered to left (396 feet).||4||3|
|4th||Chang doubled to deep right, Naylor scored.||4||4|
|6th||Mercedes grounded into fielder's choice to second, Moncada scored on error, Abreu safe at second on throwing error by second baseman Hernandez.||5||4|
|6th||Zimmer reached on infield single to shortstop, Naylor scored, Rivera to second.||5||5|
|8th||Abreu hit sacrifice fly to left, Hamilton scored.||6||5|
|8th||Eaton homered to right center (401 feet), Mercedes scored.||8||5|
|8th||Naylor grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, H. Ramírez scored, Miller out at second.||8||6|
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