Schoop flied out to right.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: SEA -115
- Over/Under: 9
|4th||Santana doubled to deep center, Encarnación scored.||0||1|
|5th||Polanco reached on bunt single to pitcher, Arraez scored on throwing error by pitcher Kikuchi, Buxton to second, Polanco safe at second on throwing error by pitcher Kikuchi, Buxton safe at third on th||1||1|
|5th||Schoop grounded out to pitcher, Buxton scored, Polanco to third.||2||1|
|5th||Polanco scored on error by shortstop Crawford, Rosario safe at first on error by shortstop Crawford.||3||1|
|5th||Haniger homered to center (407 feet), Crawford scored.||3||3|
|5th||Vogelbach homered to center (393 feet).||3||4|
|7th||Encarnación homered to left center (416 feet), Haniger scored and Vogelbach scored.||3||7|
|9th||Polanco singled to center, Adrianza scored, Arraez to second.||4||7|
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