Meadows grounded out to second.
- Houston, Texas 77299
- Line: HOU -195
- Over/Under: 8
|3rd||Reddick doubled to center, Toro scored, Chirinos to third.||0||1|
|3rd||Altuve sacrificed into double play, center to first to third, Chirinos scored, Springer to second, Reddick thrown out at third.||0||2|
|4th||Gurriel doubled to deep left center, Alvarez scored and Bregman scored.||0||4|
|4th||Chirinos homered to left (431 feet), Gurriel scored.||0||6|
|5th||Alvarez homered to left (329 feet), Brantley scored and Bregman scored.||0||9|
|6th||Marisnick singled to center, Springer scored and Altuve scored.||0||11|
|6th||Díaz singled to center, Marisnick scored, Bregman to third.||0||12|
|6th||Bregman scored on error by pitcher Roe, Chirinos safe at first on error by pitcher Roe, Díaz to second.||0||13|
|6th||Springer walked, Díaz scored, Reddick to second, Chirinos to third.||0||14|
|7th||Wendle homered to left (358 feet).||1||14|
|7th||Alvarez homered to right (369 feet).||1||15|
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