- New York, New York 10451
|5th||Lindor homered to right center (419 feet).||1||0|
|5th||Romine walked, Walker scored, Andújar to third, Torres to second.||1||1|
|5th||Torreyes safe at first on error by shortstop Lindor, Andújar scored, Torres advanced to third on Lindor error, Romine advanced to second on Lindor error, Torres scored, Romine to third, Torreyes to second on throwing error by shortstop Lindor.||1||3|
|5th||Gardner hit sacrifice fly to left, Romine scored, Torreyes to third.||1||4|
|6th||Encarnación grounded out to first, Ramírez scored.||2||4|
|7th||Gardner singled to left, Romine scored, Gardner to second advancing on throw.||2||5|
Hunter Greene clocks 100 mph on first three pitches
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