Smoak struck out looking.
- Toronto, Ontario
- Line: BOS -180
- Over/Under: 12
|1st||Devers homered to center (419 feet), Betts scored.||2||0|
|1st||Vázquez hit a ground rule double to deep right, Bogaerts scored.||3||0|
|1st||Bradley Jr. singled to right, Vázquez scored.||4||0|
|2nd||Bogaerts grounded into fielder's choice to second, Betts scored, Devers out at second.||5||0|
|2nd||Jansen hit a ground rule double to left, Biggio scored, Drury to third.||5||1|
|3rd||Devers singled to right, Bradley Jr. scored and Vázquez scored, Betts to third.||7||1|
|6th||Galvis reached on infield single to pitcher, Gurriel Jr. scored, Grichuk to third.||7||2|
|7th||Vázquez homered to left (438 feet).||8||2|
|7th||Jansen homered to left (406 feet).||8||3|
|8th||Devers homered to left (381 feet), Betts scored.||10||3|
|9th||Guerrero Jr. doubled to deep left center, Sogard scored and Jansen scored.||10||5|
|9th||Gurriel Jr. hit sacrifice fly to center, Guerrero Jr. scored.||10||6|
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