Castro struck out swinging.
- Cincinnati, Ohio 45999
- Line: CIN -190
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Suárez singled to center, Votto scored, Suárez thrown out at second.||0||1|
|3rd||Schebler singled to right, Kemp scored, Suárez thrown out at third.||0||2|
|4th||Winker homered to left (353 feet), Barnhart scored.||0||4|
|6th||Winker singled to right, Peraza scored on error by right fielder O'Brien and Barnhart scored on error by right fielder O'Brien, Winker safe at second on error by right fielder O'Brien.||0||6|
|6th||Kemp homered to right (349 feet), Winker scored and Votto scored.||0||9|
|6th||Suárez homered to left (380 feet).||0||10|
|6th||Schebler homered to left (364 feet).||0||11|
|7th||Farmer homered to left (367 feet), Barnhart scored and Lorenzen scored.||0||14|
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