Heineman struck out swinging.
- Arlington, Texas 76096
- Line: TEX -175
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Calhoun homered to right (370 feet).||0||1|
|2nd||Moore hit by pitch, Seager scored, Fraley to second, Vogelbach to third.||1||1|
|2nd||Gordon grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Vogelbach scored and Fraley scored, Gordon safe at first on error by first baseman Forsythe, Moore out at second.||3||1|
|2nd||Kiner-Falefa doubled to left, Heineman scored.||3||2|
|4th||Heineman grounded into double play, third to second, Solak scored, Forsythe out at second, Odor out at third.||3||3|
|9th||Nola hit sacrifice fly to center, Gordon scored, Smith to third.||4||3|
|9th||Narváez singled to shallow left, Smith scored, Seager to third.||5||3|
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