Vogelbach flied out to center.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: SEA -150
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Choo scored on throwing error by catcher Narváez and Pence scored on throwing error by catcher Narváez.||2||0|
|4th||Mazara homered to center (410 feet), Gallo scored.||4||0|
|5th||Pence doubled to deep left, Kiner-Falefa scored and Choo scored, Andrus to third.||6||0|
|5th||Cabrera singled to right, Andrus scored and Pence scored, Mazara to second.||8||0|
|5th||Guzmán homered to right (412 feet), Mazara scored and Cabrera scored.||11||0|
|5th||Smith doubled to deep left center, Bruce scored and Crawford scored.||11||2|
|6th||Crawford singled to center, Vogelbach scored, Narváez to second.||11||3|
|8th||Long singled to left, Narváez scored, Crawford to second.||11||4|
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