- 2B:D Ortmeier (3, J Kennedy)
- HR:R Winn (3, 3rd inning off J Kennedy 0 on, 0 Out); R Aurilia (2, 8th inning off J Kennedy 0 on, 0 Out)
- RBI:R Winn (15), R Aurilia (18), D Ortmeier (3)
- SH:O Vizquel
- GIDP:E Alfonzo
- Team LOB:9
- SB:F Lewis (1, 3rd base off J Kennedy/J Kendall)
- E:R Aurilia (3, throw)
|M. Morris (W,10-11)||9.0||2||1||1||2||9||0||127-77||2.93||127|
- HBP:D Ortmeier (By J Kennedy); E Alfonzo (By C Robertson)
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:M Morris 11-7
- Game Scores:M Morris 86
|a - M. ScutaroPH-LF||0-1||1||0||0||0||0||1||0||.182||.237||.273|
a-struck out swinging for H Bocachica in the 8th
- 2B:D Johnson (6, M Morris)
- 3B:T Buck (4, M Morris)
- RBI:D Johnson (16)
- SF:D Johnson
- Team LOB:4
- DP:1 (B Crosby-M Ellis-D Johnson)
|2nd||E Alfonzo scored, D Ortmeier to third on wild pitch by J Kennedy.||1||0|
|3rd||R Winn homered to left.||2||0|
|6th||D Johnson hit sacrifice fly to center, T Buck scored.||2||1|
|8th||R Aurilia homered to left center.||3||1|
|8th||D Ortmeier singled to left, P Feliz scored, E Alfonzo to second.||4||1|
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