- Minneapolis, Minnesota 55488
- Line: ATL -330
- Over/Under: 13
|1st||Albies homered to left center (444 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Freeman homered to center (394 feet).||2||0|
|1st||Culberson doubled to deep right, Duvall scored.||3||0|
|3rd||Albies scored, Donaldson to second on passed ball by Garver, Freeman to third on passed ball by Garver.||4||0|
|3rd||Culberson reached on infield single to third, Freeman scored, Duvall to second, Donaldson to third.||5||0|
|3rd||Camargo walked, Donaldson scored, Culberson to second, Duvall to third.||6||0|
|6th||Albies homered to left (358 feet).||7||0|
|6th||Sanó singled to left, Polanco scored, Rosario to second.||7||1|
|6th||Cron singled to deep left, Rosario scored, Sanó to third.||7||2|
|6th||Cave doubled to deep left, Sanó scored, Cron to third.||7||3|
|8th||Acuña Jr. homered to right (408 feet), Inciarte scored.||9||3|
|9th||Camargo singled to center, Donaldson scored and Culberson scored.||11||3|
|9th||Rosario singled to right, Schoop scored, Adrianza to third.||11||4|
|9th||Sanó homered to left (411 feet), Adrianza scored and Rosario scored.||11||7|
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