- Chicago, Illinois 60616
|1st||A Gonzalez doubled to left, M Aviles scored, D Pedroia to third.||1||0|
|1st||D Ortiz singled to left center, D Pedroia scored, A Gonzalez to third.||2||0|
|1st||P Konerko doubled to deep center, A Dunn scored.||2||1|
|3rd||K Youkilis homered to right (385 feet), R Sweeney, A Gonzalez and D Ortiz scored.||6||1|
|3rd||J Saltalamacchia homered to right (361 feet).||7||1|
|3rd||A Pierzynski singled to left, A Ramirez scored, A Dunn to second.||7||2|
|4th||D Viciedo homered to left center (414 feet).||7||3|
|5th||J Saltalamacchia homered to left center (398 feet), K Youkilis scored.||9||3|
|9th||R Sweeney singled to left, M Aviles scored, R Sweeney to second advancing on throw.||10||3|
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