|V. Guerrero Jr.3B||3-4||4||0||3||2||0||0||19||.268||.329||.463|
|L. Gurriel Jr.LF||3-5||5||1||3||3||0||1||21||.280||.342||.551|
- 2B:Galvis (13, Fry); Tellez (9, Fry); Guerrero Jr. (8, Ynoa)
- HR:Gurriel Jr. (6, 6th inning off Ynoa 0 on, 0 Out); Biggio 2 (3, 2nd inning off Ynoa 0 on, 2 Out, 7th inning off Lucas 0 on, 1 Out)
- RBI:Galvis 2 (27), Smoak (34), Guerrero Jr. 2 (19), Jansen 2 (14), Gurriel Jr. 3 (19), Biggio 2 (5)
- 2Out RBI:Smoak, Gurriel Jr., Biggio
- SF:Guerrero Jr.
- Team RISP:7-14 (Galvis 1-1, Sogard 1-1, Smoak 1-4, Tellez 0-2, Guerrero Jr. 1-1, Jansen 1-1, Gurriel Jr. 2-4)
- Team LOB:8
- E:Galvis (5, throw); Sogard (2, ground ball)
- DP:2 (Sogard-Galvis-Smoak, Pannone-Drury-Smoak)
|M. Stroman (W, 4-8)||6.0||7||2||1||0||5||0||105-64||3.18||105|
- First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:Stroman 13/25; Shafer 3/8; Pannone 2/4
- Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:Stroman-16-11-17-19; Shafer-2-8-8-4; Pannone-2-5-6-3
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:Stroman 9-4; Shafer 0-2; Pannone 2-0
- Game Scores:M Stroman 57
- 2B:Núñez (11, Shafer)
- HR:Sisco (2, 8th inning off Shafer 0 on, 2 Out)
- RBI:Sisco (5), Santander 2 (4)
- 2Out RBI:Sisco, Santander (2)
- GIDP:Davis; Ruiz
- Team RISP:2-8 (Villar 0-3, Sisco 0-2, Ruiz 0-1, Santander 2-2)
- Team LOB:7
- SB:Mancini (1, 2nd base off Stroman/Jansen)
- DP:1 (Villar-Martin-Davis)
|G. Ynoa (L, 0-3)||5.0||7||3||3||0||1||2||92-58||5.02||92|
- First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:Ynoa 8/21; Fry 2/6; Lucas 5/15; Phillips 3/5
- Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:Ynoa-8-11-19-20; Fry-5-2-6-4; Lucas-10-5-9-11; Phillips-3-1-2-4
- Ground Balls-Fly Balls:Ynoa 4-9; Fry 1-0; Lucas 2-5; Phillips 1-0
- Game Scores:G Ynoa 42
|2nd||Biggio homered to right (383 feet).||1||0|
|3rd||Gurriel Jr. singled to right center, Jansen scored, Guerrero Jr. to second.||2||0|
|3rd||Santander singled to right, Martin scored.||2||1|
|5th||Santander reached on infield single to second, Davis scored.||2||2|
|6th||Gurriel Jr. homered to center (411 feet).||3||2|
|6th||Galvis doubled to right, Tellez scored and Hernández scored, Biggio to third.||5||2|
|6th||Jansen singled to left, Biggio scored and Galvis scored.||7||2|
|6th||Guerrero Jr. singled to center, Jansen scored, Sogard to third.||8||2|
|6th||Smoak singled to deep center, Sogard scored, Guerrero Jr. to second.||9||2|
|7th||Biggio homered to right (369 feet).||10||2|
|7th||Guerrero Jr. hit sacrifice fly to center, Galvis scored, Jansen to third.||11||2|
|7th||Gurriel Jr. reached on infield single to third, Jansen scored, Sogard to second.||12||2|
|8th||Sisco homered to right (372 feet).||12||3|
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