|a - J. PaytonPH||0-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||.290||.290||.387|
a-grounded to shortstop for L Hernandez in the 9th
- 2B:R Hernandez (3, F Hernandez); A Huff (6, J Putz)
- HR:A Huff (3, 6th inning off F Hernandez 0 on, 1 Out)
- RBI:K Millar (9), A Huff (15)
- Team LOB:7
- SB:B Roberts (8, 2nd base off F Hernandez/K Johjima)
- CS:N Markakis (1, 3rd base by F Hernandez)
- Picked Off:A Jones (1st base by F Hernandez)
- E:R Hernandez (3, throw)
- 2B:Y Betancourt (5, J Guthrie)
- 3B:I Suzuki (2, J Guthrie)
- RBI:R Ibanez (17), J Vidro 2 (12)
- 2Out RBI:J Vidro 2
- Team LOB:5
- E:A Beltre (3, catch)
- DP:1 (Y Betancourt)
|1st||K Millar singled to center, B Roberts scored, N Markakis to third.||1||0|
|1st||R Ibanez grounded out to second, I Suzuki scored.||1||1|
|5th||Y Betancourt scored, I Suzuki safe at second on throwing error by catcher R Hernandez.||1||2|
|6th||A Huff homered to right.||2||2|
|8th||J Vidro singled to right, Y Betancourt and R Ibanez scored, A Beltre to third.||2||4|
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