- Cleveland, Ohio 44199
- Line: CLE -220
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Lindor homered to left center (406 feet).||0||1|
|1st||Brantley grounded into fielder's choice to first, Kipnis scored on throwing error by catcher Hicks.||0||2|
|2nd||Lindor doubled to deep right, Pérez and Naquin scored.||0||4|
|2nd||Ramírez homered to right (357 feet), Lindor scored.||0||6|
|3rd||Castellanos singled to center, Martín scored.||1||6|
|4th||Kipnis singled to right, Naquin and Zimmer scored, Lindor to third.||1||8|
|4th||At bat extended by dropped foul ball error by Candelario, Brantley doubled to deep right, Lindor scored, Kipnis to third.||1||9|
|7th||Castellanos singled to center, Martín scored, Goodrum to second.||2||9|
|8th||Machado doubled to left, Hicks scored, Iglesias to third.||3||9|
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