Walsh struck out swinging.
|1st||Correa homered to left (389 feet).||0||1|
|1st||Alvarez singled to center, Brantley scored, Bregman to third.||0||2|
|1st||Gurriel grounded into double play, second to first, Bregman scored, Alvarez out at second.||0||3|
|2nd||Pujols homered to left (391 feet).||1||3|
|3rd||Ohtani homered to center (413 feet).||2||3|
|3rd||Bregman homered to left (387 feet), Correa scored and Brantley scored.||2||6|
|4th||Castro singled to center, Straw scored.||2||7|
|4th||Bregman grounded into fielder's choice to third, Castro scored on error by catcher Suzuki, Bregman second, Brantley safe at third on error.||2||8|
|4th||Gurriel singled to center, Brantley scored and Bregman scored, Alvarez to second.||2||10|
|5th||Alvarez tripled to deep right center, Castro scored, Brantley scored and Bregman scored.||2||13|
|8th||Tucker homered to left (341 feet), Gurriel scored.||2||15|
|8th||Castro doubled to right, Straw scored.||2||16|
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