- Chicago, Illinois 60616
|4th||D Viciedo homered to left center (405 feet).||0||1|
|5th||A Eaton doubled to deep right, M Sierra scored, T Flowers to third.||0||2|
|5th||G Beckham hit sacrifice fly to left, T Flowers scored.||0||3|
|5th||J Abreu homered to left center (394 feet), A Eaton scored.||0||5|
|8th||P Konerko homered to left (364 feet), D Viciedo scored.||0||7|
|9th||C Hart hit sacrifice fly to right, W Bloomquist scored, R Cano to third on error by right fielder M Sierra.||1||7|
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