Urshela grounded out to shortstop.
- New York, New York 10451
- Line: NYY -115
- Over/Under: 9
|3rd||Garver homered to right (372 feet), Schoop scored.||2||0|
|5th||Polanco grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Buxton scored, Garver out at second.||3||0|
|6th||Cron homered to left center (409 feet).||4||0|
|7th||Rosario grounded into fielder's choice to first, Garver scored, Cruz out at second.||5||0|
|7th||Gardner scored on Hildenberger wild pitch, Maybin to second on wild pitch by Hildenberger.||5||1|
|7th||LeMahieu singled to left center, Maybin scored.||5||2|
|8th||Schoop singled to left, Cron scored.||6||2|
|8th||Sánchez homered to left center (444 feet).||6||3|
|9th||Cruz homered to left center (436 feet).||7||3|
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