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|1st||R Cano homered to center (442 feet).||1||0|
|1st||R Doumit singled to center, C Thomas and B Dozier scored.||1||2|
|1st||O Arcia reached on infield single to pitcher, R Doumit scored, O Arcia to second on throwing error by pitcher A Pettitte.||1||3|
|3rd||R Cano homered to left (367 feet), J Nix scored.||3||3|
|6th||C Parmelee homered to right (351 feet).||3||4|
|8th||R Cano scored, I Suzuki safe at third on throwing error by pitcher J Burton.||4||4|
|8th||Z Almonte singled to left, I Suzuki scored.||5||4|
|8th||C Stewart grounded out to third, Z Almonte scored, L Overbay to third.||6||4|
|9th||T Hafner singled to center, B Gardner scored, J Nix to third, R Cano to second.||7||4|
|9th||Z Almonte reached on infield single to second, J Nix scored, R Cano to third, T Hafner to second.||8||4|
|9th||C Stewart walked, R Cano scored, T Hafner to third, Z Almonte to second.||9||4|
|9th||T Hafner scored, Z Almonte to third, C Stewart to second on passed ball by R Doumit.||10||4|
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