Polanco struck out swinging.
- Cleveland, Ohio 44199
- Line: CLE -260
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Ramírez doubled to right, Santana scored, Bradley to third.||0||1|
|4th||Allen singled to center, Bauers scored.||0||2|
|4th||Naquin singled to center, Allen scored.||0||3|
|7th||Gonzalez singled to right, Arraez scored, Garver to second.||1||3|
|7th||Cave hit by pitch, Garver scored, Sanó to second, Gonzalez to third.||2||3|
|7th||Kepler singled to shallow center, Gonzalez scored, Cave to second, Sanó to third.||3||3|
|7th||Santana homered to right (384 feet).||3||4|
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