Sánchez lined out to right.
- Kansas City, Missouri 64999
- Line: KC -115
- Over/Under: 9
|4th||Gordon hit sacrifice fly to right, Mondesi scored.||0||1|
|6th||Soler singled to left, Merrifield scored, Gordon to second.||0||2|
|6th||Gordon scored on error by second baseman Sánchez, Schwindel safe at first on error by second baseman Sánchez, Soler to second, Soler safe at third on error by second baseman Sánchez.||0||3|
|7th||Mondesi tripled to deep right center, Merrifield scored.||0||4|
|7th||Soler doubled to deep left, Gordon scored.||0||5|
|9th||Jiménez hit by pitch, García scored, Alonso to second, Moncada to third.||1||5|
|9th||Palka grounded into fielder's choice to foul catcher, Moncada scored, Jiménez to second, Alonso out at third.||2||5|
|9th||Anderson singled to left, Jiménez scored, Engel to third.||3||5|
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