Martin struck out swinging.
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|2nd||Duran singled to right center, Renfroe scored, Plawecki to second, Schwarber to third.||0||1|
|2nd||Dalbec doubled to deep left center, Schwarber scored and Plawecki scored, Duran to third.||0||3|
|2nd||E. Hernández hit sacrifice fly to left, Duran scored.||0||4|
|3rd||Martin homered to right (320 feet).||1||4|
|3rd||Duran doubled to right, Schwarber scored, Plawecki to third.||1||5|
|4th||Bogaerts homered to left (343 feet).||1||6|
|6th||Dalbec homered to center (411 feet).||1||7|
|7th||Renfroe homered to left (423 feet).||1||8|
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