J. Ramírez flied out to left.
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|2nd||Luplow homered to left (422 feet).||0||1|
|2nd||Bauers scored on Bañuelos wild pitch, R. Pérez to second on wild pitch by Bañuelos.||0||2|
|5th||Luplow homered to center (424 feet).||0||3|
|5th||R. Pérez singled to left, González scored, R. Pérez safe at first on error by third baseman Moncada, Bauers to third.||0||4|
|5th||Lindor doubled to deep right, Bauers scored, Lindor to second, R. Pérez to third.||0||5|
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