Davis struck out swinging.
|1st||Upton homered to right (375 feet).||0||1|
|1st||Rojas singled to right center, Walsh scored, Lagares to third.||0||2|
|1st||Ward homered to left (400 feet), Lagares scored and Rojas scored.||0||5|
|4th||García homered to left (378 feet).||1||5|
|5th||Rendon doubled to left, Ohtani scored.||1||6|
|5th||Lagares singled to left, Rendon scored.||1||7|
|5th||Ward singled to right, Lagares scored and Rojas scored, Ward to second.||1||9|
|6th||Lowe homered to right (381 feet), Solak scored.||3||9|
|8th||Gallo homered to right (417 feet), Lowe scored.||5||9|
|8th||Holt hit a ground rule double to deep right, Davis scored, Kiner-Falefa to third.||6||9|
|8th||Calhoun doubled to right, Holt scored and Kiner-Falefa scored.||8||9|
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