Calhoun lined out to center.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: LAA -106
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Santana singled to left, Smith scored, Haniger to second.||0||1|
|1st||Narváez singled to right, Haniger scored, Santana to third.||0||2|
|1st||Beckham doubled to center, Narváez scored and Santana scored.||0||4|
|2nd||Goodwin reached on infield single to first, Pujols scored.||1||4|
|4th||Lucroy singled to center, Pujols scored, Lucroy safe at second on error by catcher Narváez.||2||4|
|4th||Fletcher singled to center, Lucroy scored on throwing error by catcher Narváez, Fletcher to second, Fletcher safe at third on throwing error by catcher Narváez.||3||4|
|7th||Bruce homered to right (426 feet), Santana scored.||3||6|
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