N. Lowe struck out swinging.
|3rd||Devers doubled to deep left center, Betts scored and M. Hernández scored.||2||0|
|3rd||Martinez homered to center (415 feet), Devers scored and Bogaerts scored.||5||0|
|3rd||Benintendi homered to right (394 feet).||6||0|
|3rd||Travis homered to center (422 feet).||7||0|
|4th||Bogaerts doubled to right, M. Hernández scored.||8||0|
|8th||d'Arnaud doubled to left, Heredia scored.||8||1|
|8th||Meadows doubled to deep right, d'Arnaud scored.||8||2|
|8th||Díaz singled to center, Meadows scored.||8||3|
|9th||Martinez doubled to deep left center, Bogaerts scored.||9||3|
|9th||Pham doubled to deep right, Zunino scored, d'Arnaud to third.||9||4|
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