- Detroit, Michigan 48201
- Line: EVEN
- Over/Under: 9
|3rd||Abreu hit sacrifice fly to center, Engel scored.||1||0|
|3rd||Palka singled to left center, Delmonico scored, Sánchez to third, Palka to second advancing on throw.||2||0|
|3rd||A. García hit sacrifice fly to center, Sánchez scored.||3||0|
|3rd||Candelario hit sacrifice fly to center, McCann scored.||3||1|
|4th||Martínez doubled to deep right, Castellanos scored.||3||2|
|5th||Iglesias grounded into double play, shortstop to first, McCann scored, Candelario out at second, Reyes to third.||3||3|
|5th||Castellanos doubled to left, Reyes scored.||3||4|
|6th||Narváez homered to right (366 feet).||4||4|
|7th||Castellanos homered to left (405 feet), Candelario scored.||4||6|
|8th||Engel homered to left (407 feet).||5||6|
|8th||Reyes singled to right, McCann scored, Reyes to second advancing on throw.||5||7|
|8th||Castellanos singled to center, Reyes and Candelario scored, Iglesias to second.||5||9|
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