|R. Garza Jr.||0.1||0||0||0||0||1||0||4-4||3.26||4|
Refsnyder struck out looking.
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|2nd||Dalbec homered to center (410 feet), Vázquez scored and Duran scored.||0||3|
|3rd||Verdugo singled to center, Schwarber scored.||0||4|
|5th||Astudillo homered to left (412 feet), Jeffers scored.||2||4|
|5th||Devers singled to right, E. Hernández scored, Schwarber to third.||2||5|
|6th||Dalbec singled to center, Arroyo scored and Duran scored.||2||7|
|6th||Martinez grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, Dalbec scored, Schwarber out at second, E. Hernández to third.||2||8|
|6th||Devers homered to right center (395 feet), E. Hernández scored.||2||10|
|7th||Dalbec homered to left (381 feet), Duran scored.||2||12|
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