Donaldson flied out to center.
- Kansas City, Missouri 64129
|1st||Merrifield scored on Gant wild pitch, Perez to second on wild pitch by Gant, Lopez to third on wild pitch by Gant.||0||1|
|1st||C. Santana grounded into fielder's choice to second, Lopez scored, Benintendi out at second, Perez to third.||0||2|
|3rd||Dozier singled to right, Benintendi scored, C. Santana to second.||0||3|
|3rd||Mondesi doubled to right center, C. Santana scored, Dozier to third.||0||4|
|4th||Donaldson doubled to deep left, Buxton scored.||1||4|
|4th||Benintendi doubled to left, Lopez scored and Merrifield scored.||1||6|
|5th||Dozier homered to center (422 feet).||1||7|
|5th||Gallagher singled to left, Mondesi scored.||1||8|
|6th||Jeffers homered to left (429 feet).||2||8|
|6th||Sanó singled to center, Buxton scored and Polanco scored, Donaldson to second.||4||8|
|6th||Taylor singled to center, Dozier scored, Mondesi to third.||4||9|
|6th||Gallagher reached on bunt single to first, Mondesi scored, Taylor to second.||4||10|
|6th||Merrifield singled to right center, Taylor scored, Merrifield out stretching at second, Gallagher to third.||4||11|
|7th||Polanco grounded into fielder's choice to third, Jeffers scored and Arraez scored on throwing error by second baseman Merrifield, Buxton out at second, Polanco to second.||6||11|
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