Rosario fouled out to catcher.
- Cleveland, Ohio 44199
- Line: CLE -210
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Santana grounded into fielder's choice to first, Lindor scored, Mercado out at second.||0||1|
|1st||Kipnis grounded into fielder's choice to pitcher, Santana scored on throwing error by shortstop Torreyes, Puig out at second.||0||2|
|3rd||Sanó homered to left (384 feet).||1||2|
|6th||Rosario homered to right (419 feet).||2||2|
|6th||Wade Jr. homered to right center (401 feet), Astudillo scored.||4||2|
|6th||Kipnis scored on error by second baseman Schoop, Allen safe at first on error by second baseman Schoop, Reyes safe at third on error by second baseman Schoop.||4||3|
|6th||R. Pérez homered to center (417 feet), Reyes scored and Allen scored.||4||6|
|7th||Rosario homered to right (403 feet).||5||6|
|7th||Freeman singled to left center, Mercado scored, Puig to second.||5||7|
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