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|2nd||Wade singled to shallow right, Gregorius scored, Walker to second.||0||1|
|3rd||Duffy safe at second on throwing error by third baseman Drury, Sucre scored, Refsnyder to third.||1||1|
|3rd||Gregorius homered to right (346 feet), Gardner and Judge scored.||1||4|
|6th||Hechavarria singled to right, Cron scored, Ramos to second.||2||4|
|6th||Span doubled to deep right, Ramos and Hechavarria scored, Sucre to third.||4||4|
|7th||Gardner sacrificed to third, Austin to third, Gardner safe at second on throwing error by third baseman Duffy. Austin scored on throwing error by third baseman Duffy.||4||5|
|7th||Gregorius homered to right (380 feet), Gardner and Judge scored.||4||8|
|8th||Judge walked, Wade scored, Austin to third, Gardner to second.||4||9|
|8th||Gregorius singled to left center, Austin and Gardner scored, Judge to second.||4||11|
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