Trevino grounded out to shortstop.
|1st||Walsh singled to right, Ohtani scored, Trout to third.||1||0|
|1st||Lowe homered to right (428 feet), Calhoun scored and Gallo scored.||1||3|
|1st||Dahl hit sacrifice fly to right, García scored.||1||4|
|2nd||Ohtani doubled to right, Fletcher scored and J. Iglesias scored.||3||4|
|2nd||Trout singled to left, Ohtani scored.||4||4|
|3rd||Upton homered to left (412 feet).||5||4|
|3rd||Pujols homered to center (425 feet).||6||4|
|3rd||Trout doubled to deep left, Suzuki scored, Fletcher to third.||7||4|
|6th||Walsh doubled to deep center, Ohtani scored, Trout to third.||8||4|
|7th||J. Iglesias homered to left center (409 feet).||9||4|
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