- Kansas City, Missouri 64999
|1st||Abreu homered to center (423 feet), Cabrera scored.||2||0|
|2nd||Davidson homered to left center (430 feet).||3||0|
|4th||Asche doubled to right, A. García and L. García scored.||5||0|
|7th||A. García singled to right, Cabrera and Abreu scored.||7||0|
|7th||Pérez hit sacrifice fly to center, Cain scored.||7||1|
|7th||Escobar safe at first on error by third baseman Davidson, Hosmer scored, Gordon to third.||7||2|
|8th||Sánchez hit sacrifice fly to center, Davidson scored.||8||2|
|8th||Hosmer singled to left, Cain scored.||8||3|
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