Cabrera fouled out to right.
- Houston, Texas 77299
- Line: HOU -280
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Reyes homered to right (362 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Springer homered to right (351 feet).||1||1|
|1st||Altuve homered to right (378 feet).||1||2|
|2nd||Altuve reached on infield single to catcher, Maldonado scored, Mayfield to third.||1||3|
|2nd||Brantley doubled to right, Altuve scored and Mayfield scored.||1||5|
|3rd||Cabrera walked, Beckham scored, Castro to second, Reyes to third.||2||5|
|3rd||Lugo grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Reyes scored, Cabrera out at second, Castro to third.||3||5|
|5th||Maldonado homered to left (392 feet).||3||6|
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