Jansen struck out swinging.
|3rd||Zimmerman singled to left, Robles scored and Turner scored, Harrison to second.||2||0|
|3rd||Castro singled to center, Harrison scored, Zimmerman to second.||3||0|
|4th||Harrison homered to center (407 feet), Robles scored and Turner scored.||6||0|
|5th||Bell homered to left (372 feet), Schwarber scored.||8||0|
|5th||Gurriel Jr. homered to right (383 feet).||8||1|
|8th||Bichette homered to left center (438 feet).||8||2|
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