Long flied out to right.
- Oakland, California 94666
- Line: OAK -120
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Chapman homered to right center (403 feet).||0||1|
|3rd||Haniger singled to left, Bruce scored.||1||1|
|3rd||Profar reached on infield single to pitcher, Pinder scored, Canha to second, Chapman out at home.||1||2|
|4th||Santana homered to left (400 feet).||2||2|
|4th||Semien singled to left, Laureano scored, Phegley to second, Semien to second, Phegley safe at third on error by left fielder Santana.||2||3|
|4th||Pinder doubled to left, Phegley scored and Semien scored.||2||5|
|5th||Haniger homered to left (419 feet).||3||5|
|8th||Laureano hit sacrifice fly to right, Canha scored.||3||6|
|9th||Santana homered to left center (420 feet).||4||6|
|9th||Crawford doubled to deep left, Seager scored.||5||6|
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