Peterson grounded into double play, shortstop to first, Narváez out at second.
|4th||Sanó doubled to center, Polanco scored and Donaldson scored, Kepler to third.||0||2|
|4th||Simmons hit by pitch, Sanó scored, Jeffers to second, Rooker to third.||0||3|
|4th||Arraez walked, Rooker scored, Simmons to second, Jeffers to third.||0||4|
|5th||Piña singled to left, Cain scored, Tellez to second.||1||4|
|5th||Peterson singled to left, Tellez scored, Piña to second.||2||4|
|5th||Yelich hit sacrifice fly to right, Piña scored on error and Peterson scored on throwing error by first baseman Sanó, Adames safe at second on error.||4||4|
|6th||Simmons grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Sanó scored, Jeffers out at second, Rooker to third.||4||5|
|7th||Donaldson doubled to deep left, Polanco scored.||4||6|
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