Calhoun struck out swinging.
- Oakland, California 94666
- Line: OAK -1000
- Over/Under: 11
|2nd||Canha homered to left (358 feet).||0||1|
|3rd||Semien homered to left center (403 feet).||0||2|
|5th||Chapman homered to right center (406 feet), Semien scored.||0||4|
|6th||Laureano homered to left (413 feet).||0||5|
|7th||Santana tripled to deep right center, Cabrera and Mathis scored.||2||5|
|7th||Calhoun doubled to deep left center, Santana scored.||3||5|
|7th||Andrus singled to center, Calhoun scored, Andrus to second.||4||5|
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