Collins grounded out to first.
- Arlington, Texas 76096
- Line: EVEN
- Over/Under: 14
|1st||Anderson doubled to deep right, Alonso scored, García scored and Moncada scored.||3||0|
|1st||Sánchez doubled to deep left, Anderson scored.||4||0|
|1st||Mazara homered to right (430 feet), Andrus scored.||4||2|
|1st||Forsythe doubled to deep right, Calhoun scored, Cabrera thrown out at home.||4||3|
|3rd||Mazara homered to right center (405 feet).||4||4|
|6th||Anderson homered to center (440 feet).||5||4|
|6th||Choo reached on infield single to second, Forsythe scored, Mathis to second, Guzmán to third.||5||5|
|6th||DeShields reached on infield single to second, Guzmán scored, Choo to second, Mathis thrown out at home.||5||6|
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