Pence flied out to left.
- Houston, Texas 77299
- Line: HOU -210
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Springer homered to left (380 feet).||0||1|
|2nd||Springer singled to left, Kemp scored.||0||2|
|2nd||Bregman homered to left (385 feet), Springer scored.||0||4|
|3rd||Kiner-Falefa homered to left (397 feet).||1||4|
|4th||Correa singled to center, Kemp scored on error by center fielder Santana and Springer scored on error by center fielder Santana, Correa safe at third on error by center fielder Santana.||1||6|
|5th||Kemp singled to right center, Gurriel scored.||1||7|
|5th||Bregman homered to center (421 feet), Kemp scored and Springer scored.||1||10|
|6th||Mazara singled to right, Choo scored, Andrus to third.||2||10|
|6th||Pence grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Andrus scored, Mazara out at second.||3||10|
|6th||Gurriel doubled to right, Correa scored, Reddick to third.||3||11|
|6th||Díaz doubled to left, Gurriel scored and Reddick scored.||3||13|
|6th||Springer homered to left (420 feet), Díaz scored.||3||15|
|9th||Andrus homered to right (350 feet), Santana scored.||5||15|
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