White struck out swinging.
|2nd||Terry singled to center, Peters scored.||0||1|
|3rd||Gosselin reached on infield single to shortstop, Fletcher scored, Upton to second.||1||1|
|3rd||Adell doubled to deep left, Gosselin scored and Upton scored.||3||1|
|5th||Gosselin singled to center, Ohtani scored, Gosselin out stretching at second.||4||1|
|6th||Mayfield homered to left (407 feet), Marsh scored.||6||1|
|6th||Ibáñez homered to left (398 feet), García scored.||6||3|
|7th||Gosselin singled to right, Ohtani scored, Stassi to second, Upton to third.||7||3|
|7th||Adell singled to left, Upton scored, Gosselin to second, Stassi to third.||8||3|
|7th||Iglesias grounded into fielder's choice to second, Stassi scored on error and Gosselin scored on throwing error by shortstop Kiner-Falefa, Adell out at second.||10||3|
|9th||J. Iglesias hit sacrifice fly to right, Stassi scored, Adell to third.||11||3|
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