End of the 9th inning
- Toronto, Ontario
- Line: TOR -170
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Villar homered to left (371 feet), Smith Jr. scored.||2||0|
|1st||Davis walked, Mancini scored, Núñez to second, Ruiz to third.||3||0|
|1st||Sucre struck out swinging, Mancini scored on Reid-Foley wild pitch and Ruiz scored on Reid-Foley wild pitch, Davis to second on wild pitch by Reid-Foley, Núñez to third on wild pitch by Reid-Foley.||4||0|
|2nd||Mancini hit sacrifice fly to center, Mullins scored.||5||0|
|7th||Mancini homered to center (408 feet).||6||0|
|7th||Grichuk homered to left (426 feet), Smoak scored.||6||2|
|8th||Galvis homered to right (348 feet).||6||3|
|9th||Pillar hit sacrifice fly to right, Drury scored.||6||4|
|9th||Hernández tripled to deep left center, Grichuk scored.||6||5|
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