- Arlington, Texas 76096
- Line: TEX -115
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Upton singled to center, Calhoun scored, Fletcher to third.||1||0|
|1st||Ohtani singled to center, Fletcher scored, Upton to second.||2||0|
|1st||Arcia doubled to left, Upton and Ohtani scored, Pujols to third.||4||0|
|1st||Ward grounded out to shortstop, Pujols scored, Arcia to third.||5||0|
|1st||Mazara homered to center (406 feet), Andrus scored.||5||2|
|2nd||Calhoun homered to left (393 feet).||6||2|
|2nd||Gallo homered to right (362 feet).||6||3|
|6th||Profar homered to right (361 feet).||6||4|
|8th||Gallo doubled to deep right center, Mazara scored, Profar to third.||6||5|
|8th||Choo walked, Profar scored, Gallo to third, Chirinos to second.||6||6|
|8th||Odor singled to shortstop. Gallo scored, Chirinos to third, Choo to second||6||7|
|8th||Chirinos scored, Choo to third, Odor to second on wild pitch by Morales.||6||8|
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