Marmolejos grounded out to first.
- Houston, Texas 77299
- Line: HOU -250
- Over/Under: 9
|3rd||Seager grounded into double play, shortstop to first, Long Jr. scored, Lewis out at second, Crawford to third.||1||0|
|3rd||White homered to left center (418 feet), Crawford scored.||3||0|
|3rd||Altuve doubled to left, Tucker scored, Garneau to third.||3||1|
|3rd||Bregman homered to left (389 feet), Garneau scored and Altuve scored.||3||4|
|4th||Garneau tripled to deep left center, Tucker scored.||3||5|
|5th||Altuve homered to left (337 feet).||3||6|
|5th||Brantley doubled to right, Bregman scored.||3||7|
|5th||Reddick doubled to right, Brantley scored, Correa to third.||3||8|
|7th||Seager grounded out to first, Crawford scored, Lewis to second.||4||8|
|7th||White singled to right, Lewis scored on fielding error by right fielder Reddick.||5||8|
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