|a - J. HernandezPH||0-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||.237||.264||.360|
a-flied out to center for B Broussard in the 9th
- 3B:A Cora (2, D Cabrera)
- Team LOB:7
- E:R Belliard (7, ground ball)
- HR:J Gibbons (11, 6th inning off K Millwood 2 on, 1 Out)
- RBI:E Marrero (16), J Gibbons 3 (38)
- Team LOB:6
- SB:B Roberts 2 (18, 3rd base off K Millwood/V Martinez, 2nd base off K Millwood/V Martinez); M Tejada 2 (3, 3rd base off K Millwood/V Martinez, 2nd base off K Millwood/V Martinez); D Newhan (5, 2nd base off K Millwood/V Martinez)
- E:B Ryan (1, throw)
|3rd||B Roberts singled to shallow left, D Newhan scored, G Gil to second.||0||0|
|6th||E Marrero safe at first on error by second baseman R Belliard, M Tejada scored, R Palmeiro to second.||0||1|
|6th||J Gibbons homered to center, R Palmeiro and E Marrero scored.||0||4|
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