- New York, New York 10451
|1st||M Teixeira homered to left (425 feet), C Granderson scored.||0||2|
|3rd||I Suzuki hit sacrifice fly to center, J Smoak scored.||1||2|
|3rd||D Jeter homered to right (363 feet).||1||3|
|4th||E Nunez singled to center, R Martin scored, A Jones to third.||1||4|
|4th||B Gardner singled to right, A Jones scored, E Nunez to third.||1||5|
|4th||D Jeter grounded into fielder's choice to second, E Nunez scored, B Gardner safe at third on throwing error by second baseman D Ackley, D Jeter safe at second on throwing error by second baseman D Ackley.||1||6|
|4th||C Granderson hit sacrifice fly to center, B Gardner scored.||1||7|
|4th||M Teixeira singled to left, D Jeter scored.||1||8|
|6th||C Granderson hit sacrifice fly to center, B Gardner scored.||1||9|
|7th||J Smoak singled to right, A Kennedy scored, M Carp to third.||2||9|
|8th||B Ryan doubled to left, I Suzuki scored.||3||9|
|8th||D Jeter tripled to deep right, E Nunez scored.||3||10|
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