Wendle grounded out to first.
|1st||Springer homered to center (406 feet), Bichette scored.||0||2|
|2nd||Gurriel Jr. doubled to left, Biggio scored, Grichuk to third.||0||3|
|2nd||McGuire singled to shallow right center, Grichuk scored, Gurriel Jr. to third.||0||4|
|2nd||Semien grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Gurriel Jr. scored, McGuire out at second.||0||5|
|2nd||Guerrero Jr. singled to right, Semien scored.||0||6|
|6th||Hernández scored on Springs wild pitch, Biggio to third on wild pitch by Springs.||0||7|
|7th||Semien homered to left (357 feet).||0||8|
|7th||Guerrero Jr. homered to right (370 feet), Bichette scored.||0||10|
|8th||Lowe doubled to deep right center, Mejía scored.||1||10|
|8th||Espinal singled to shallow right, Semien scored, Guerrero Jr. to second, Bichette to third.||1||11|
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