Gamel lined out to first.
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
|1st||Moran doubled to right, Frazier scored.||0||1|
|2nd||Aguilar homered to left (444 feet).||1||1|
|6th||Dickerson grounded into fielder's choice to right, Chisholm Jr. scored, Marte safe at second on error by shortstop González, Marte safe at third on error.||2||1|
|6th||Aguilar hit sacrifice fly to right, Marte scored.||3||1|
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