Viloria struck out looking.
- Minneapolis, Minnesota 55488
- Line: MIN -230
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Cruz homered to right (354 feet), Polanco scored.||0||2|
|2nd||Soler homered to left (465 feet).||1||2|
|2nd||Viloria singled to left center, N. Lopez scored.||2||2|
|2nd||Cron homered to center (428 feet).||2||3|
|2nd||Polanco homered to left (404 feet), Schoop scored and Garver scored.||2||6|
|2nd||Cruz homered to left (466 feet).||2||7|
|5th||Kepler singled to right, Gonzalez scored on throwing error by right fielder Starling, Kepler safe at second on throwing error by right fielder Starling.||2||8|
|5th||Cron singled to center, Kepler scored.||2||9|
|6th||Cruz homered to right (379 feet), Arraez scored.||2||11|
|7th||Viloria grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Soler scored, N. Lopez out at second, Cuthbert to third.||3||11|
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