Devers grounded out to shortstop.
- Bronx, New York 10451
|1st||Urshela homered to right (374 feet), Voit scored.||0||2|
|3rd||Martinez singled to left, Peraza scored and Devers scored, Martinez out stretching at second.||2||2|
|3rd||Bogaerts homered to left (380 feet).||3||2|
|4th||Sánchez homered to left (391 feet), Tauchman scored.||3||4|
|6th||Frazier homered to right (378 feet), Torres scored and Tauchman scored.||3||7|
|6th||Wade doubled to shortstop, Gardner scored.||3||8|
|7th||Frazier singled to left, Tauchman scored and Urshela scored, Sánchez to second, Sánchez safe at third on fielding error by left fielder Verdugo.||3||10|
|7th||Gardner hit sacrifice fly to left, Sánchez scored.||3||11|
|9th||Verdugo homered to right (433 feet).||4||11|
|9th||Pillar tripled to deep center, Peraza scored.||5||11|
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