C. Santana flied out to center.
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|2nd||Urías singled to right center, Stewart scored, Santander to third.||1||0|
|2nd||Leyba grounded out to second, Santander scored, Urías to second.||2||0|
|3rd||Mountcastle singled to center, Mullins scored, Mancini to second.||3||0|
|3rd||Stewart singled to right center, Mancini scored, Mountcastle to third.||4||0|
|3rd||Santander reached on infield single to shortstop, Mountcastle scored, Stewart to third.||5||0|
|3rd||Urías singled to left center, Stewart scored, Santander to second.||6||0|
|3rd||Severino reached on infield single to third, Santander scored, Urías to second.||7||0|
|3rd||C. Santana doubled to deep left, Lopez scored.||7||1|
|4th||Mountcastle hit sacrifice fly to right, Mancini scored.||8||1|
|5th||O'Hearn scored on López wild pitch, Lopez to second on wild pitch by López, Taylor to third on wild pitch by López.||8||2|
|5th||Merrifield hit sacrifice fly to right, Taylor scored, Lopez to third.||8||3|
|5th||Perez singled to left, Lopez scored.||8||4|
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