|J. Bradley Jr.CF||0-0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||.190||.286||.315|
|a - B. HoltPH-2B||1-2||2||1||1||1||0||0||13||.206||.270||.235|
a-reached on infield single to second for Travis in the 7th
- 2B:Bogaerts (18, Cessa)
- 3B:Chavis (1, Hale)
- HR:Martinez (12, 1st inning off Sabathia 0 on, 2 Out); Bogaerts (12, 4th inning off Sabathia 0 on, 0 Out)
- RBI:Núñez (12), Holt (4), Martinez (32), Bogaerts (39), Chavis (28), Devers (33), Benintendi (26)
- 2Out RBI:Martinez, Benintendi
- Team RISP:4-10 (Núñez 1-2, Holt 1-2, Martinez 0-1, Bogaerts 0-1, Chavis 1-1, Travis 0-1, Devers 1-2)
- Team LOB:4
- CS:Benintendi (2, 3rd base by Sabathia/Romine)
- E:Bogaerts (6, throw)
|D. Price (W, 3-2)||6.1||6||2||2||1||6||1||99-65||2.83||99|
|H. Hembree (H, 2)||0.2||0||0||0||0||1||0||15-11||2.81||15|
|B. Workman (S, 2)||1.0||1||0||0||0||1||0||11-8||2.05||11|
- First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:Price 16/25; Hembree 1/2; Barnes 2/6; Workman 1/4
- Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:Price-19-13-15-18; Hembree-1-2-7-1; Barnes-5-2-6-3; Workman-3-1-1-3
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:Price 4-8; Hembree 1-0; Barnes 1-1; Workman 2-0
- Game Scores:D Price 58
|a - K. MoralesPH||0-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||4||.197||.313||.257|
a-grounded to pitcher for Romine in the 9th
- HR:Voit (15, 4th inning off Price 0 on, 1 Out)
- RBI:Hicks (10), Urshela (23), Torres (32), Voit (39)
- SF:Urshela; Torres
- Team RISP:1-7 (Morales 0-1, Gardner 0-2, Romine 0-1, LeMahieu 0-1, Hicks 0-1, Torres 1-1)
- Team LOB:5
- CS:Hicks (1, Home by Price)
- E:Frazier (3, line drive)
- DP:1 (Romine-Urshela)
- Assists:Frazier (Núñez at 2nd base)
|C. Sabathia (L, 3-2)||6.0||7||3||3||0||8||2||83-61||3.61||83|
- First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:Sabathia 15/23; Hale 3/7; Cessa 3/9
- Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:Sabathia-11-15-20-15; Hale-6-0-4-7; Cessa-6-2-8-8
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:Sabathia 3-5; Hale 5-1; Cessa 2-1
- Game Scores:C Sabathia 54
|1st||Martinez homered to left (387 feet).||1||0|
|2nd||Núñez singled to right, Vázquez scored, Núñez thrown out at second, Chavis to third.||2||0|
|4th||Bogaerts homered to left (414 feet).||3||0|
|4th||Voit homered to left center (436 feet).||3||1|
|4th||Urshela hit sacrifice fly to center, Sánchez scored, Hicks to third.||3||2|
|7th||Núñez singled to right, Chavis scored on error by right fielder Frazier, Núñez safe at third on error by right fielder Frazier.||4||2|
|7th||Holt reached on infield single to second, Núñez scored.||5||2|
|7th||Benintendi singled to right center, Holt scored, Benintendi to second.||6||2|
|8th||Devers singled to center, Bogaerts scored.||7||2|
|8th||Chavis tripled to right, Devers scored.||8||2|
|8th||LeMahieu scored on a balk, Sánchez to second on a balk, Voit to third on a balk.||8||3|
|8th||Hicks grounded out to first, Voit scored, Sánchez to third.||8||4|
|8th||Torres hit sacrifice fly to right, Sánchez scored.||8||5|
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