- Oakland, California 94666
|1st||H Kendrick singled to right center, J Shuck scored, M Trout to third.||1||0|
|1st||M Trumbo singled to right, M Trout scored, H Kendrick to second.||2||0|
|1st||A Callaspo singled to left, H Kendrick and M Trumbo scored.||4||0|
|2nd||H Kendrick grounded into fielder's choice to third, E Aybar scored, M Trout out at second.||5||0|
|3rd||E Sogard doubled to right, S Vogt scored.||5||1|
|3rd||Y Cespedes doubled to deep center, E Sogard and J Lowrie scored, B Moss to third.||5||3|
|5th||B Moss grounded into fielder's choice to second, C Crisp scored, J Lowrie out at second.||5||4|
|5th||Y Cespedes singled to right center, B Moss scored.||5||5|
|6th||E Aybar doubled to right, K Calhoun scored, C Iannetta to third.||6||5|
|6th||S Vogt doubled to center, S Smith scored.||6||6|
|6th||E Sogard singled to center, S Vogt scored, E Sogard to second advancing on throw.||6||7|
|6th||J Lowrie doubled to deep right, E Sogard scored, J Lowrie to third on error by right fielder K Calhoun.||6||8|
|6th||B Moss singled to right center, J Lowrie scored, J Donaldson to third.||6||9|
|6th||Y Cespedes doubled to deep right center, J Donaldson scored, B Moss to third.||6||10|
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