Rendon grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Trout out at second.
- Anaheim, California 92899
- Line: LAA -210
- Over/Under: 9
|2nd||Peralta reached on infield single to second, Calhoun scored, Peralta to second, Escobar to third.||1||0|
|2nd||Ahmed singled to left, Escobar scored and Peralta scored.||3||0|
|2nd||Vogt singled to right, Ahmed scored.||4||0|
|2nd||Stassi homered to left center (444 feet), Upton scored.||4||2|
|3rd||Varsho singled to shallow right, Ahmed scored on throwing error by second baseman Fletcher and Peralta scored, Vogt to second.||6||2|
|5th||Walsh homered to left center (407 feet).||6||3|
|6th||Upton homered to left (397 feet).||6||4|
|7th||Calhoun homered to center (406 feet), Walker scored.||8||4|
|7th||Peralta homered to right (400 feet).||9||4|
|7th||Trout doubled to deep center, Simmons scored, Walsh to third.||9||5|
|7th||Rendon grounded out to shortstop, Walsh scored.||9||6|
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