Rodríguez flied out to center.
- Detroit, Michigan 48201
- Line: CHW -135
- Over/Under: 10
|2nd||Collins doubled to deep right, Jiménez scored.||1||0|
|2nd||Sánchez singled to left, Collins scored on error by left fielder Stewart, McCann to second, McCann safe at third on error by left fielder Stewart.||2||0|
|3rd||Moncada homered to right center (411 feet), Abreu scored.||4||0|
|3rd||Cabrera singled to shallow right, Demeritte scored, H. Castro to third.||4||1|
|4th||Sánchez doubled to deep right, Palka scored.||5||1|
|4th||Jiménez homered to right (348 feet), Sánchez scored, Anderson scored and Moncada scored.||9||1|
|7th||Engel doubled to left, McCann scored, Palka to third.||10||1|
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