C. Santana grounded out to second.
- Seattle, Washington 98134
|1st||France reached on infield single to shortstop, Seager scored.||0||1|
|6th||Perez homered to left (369 feet).||1||1|
|6th||Kelenic homered to right center (401 feet).||1||2|
|7th||Taylor homered to left (413 feet).||2||2|
|7th||Seager homered to right (403 feet), Haniger scored.||2||4|
|8th||Perez singled to deep right, Lopez scored.||3||4|
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