Grossman struck out looking.
- Oakland, California 94666
- Line: OAK -500
- Over/Under: 13
|1st||Laureano singled to left center, Chapman scored and Semien scored, Canha to third.||0||2|
|1st||Davis hit sacrifice fly to right, Canha scored, Laureano to second.||0||3|
|5th||DeShields singled to center, Forsythe scored, Cabrera to second.||1||3|
|5th||Santana doubled to right, Cabrera scored and DeShields scored, Choo to third.||3||3|
|5th||Andrus hit sacrifice fly to right, Choo scored, Santana to third.||4||3|
|5th||Pence singled to center, Santana scored.||5||3|
|6th||Choo singled to right, Forsythe scored, DeShields to second, Cabrera to third.||6||3|
|6th||Santana homered to center (385 feet), Cabrera scored, DeShields scored and Choo scored.||10||3|
|7th||Cabrera singled to deep center, Odor scored, Forsythe to second.||11||3|
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