|M. Wright Jr.||0.2||2||1||1||0||0||0||15-9||5.50||15|
Aquino grounded out to third.
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|3rd||Sheets homered to right (400 feet), García scored.||0||2|
|4th||García singled to center, Abreu scored, Moncada to second.||0||3|
|4th||Sheets singled to left center, Moncada scored, García to third.||0||4|
|5th||Robert scored on Gray wild pitch.||0||5|
|7th||Anderson homered to right (392 feet).||0||6|
|9th||DeShields doubled to deep right center, Farmer scored.||1||6|
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