- Anaheim, California 92899
|1st||T Hunter doubled to deep left center, M Teixeira and V Guerrero scored.||0||2|
|2nd||A Rodriguez homered to left.||1||2|
|3rd||J Giambi walked, J Damon scored, B Abreu to third, A Rodriguez to second.||2||2|
|3rd||X Nady reached on infield single to third, B Abreu scored, A Rodriguez to third, J Giambi to second.||3||2|
|3rd||V Guerrero singled to right, M Teixeira scored, V Guerrero to second advancing on throw.||3||3|
|3rd||G Anderson singled to left, V Guerrero scored, T Hunter to third.||3||4|
|3rd||H Kendrick singled to right, T Hunter scored, G Anderson to second.||3||5|
|4th||T Hunter singled to left, V Guerrero scored.||3||6|
|6th||X Nady homered to left.||4||6|
|6th||M Cabrera grounded out to first, R Cano scored.||5||6|
|7th||T Hunter homered to left center.||5||7|
|7th||J Mathis doubled to left, H Kendrick scored, R Willits to third.||5||8|
|7th||R Willits scored, J Mathis to third on wild pitch by B Bruney.||5||9|
|7th||M Teixeira singled to center, J Mathis scored, E Aybar to third, M Teixeira to second advancing on throw.||5||10|
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