Seager grounded into double play, first to shortstop to pitcher, Encarnación out at second.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: SEA -135
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Pence tripled to center, Forsythe scored and Santana scored.||2||0|
|1st||Cabrera singled to left, Pence scored.||3||0|
|3rd||Smith singled to right, Long scored.||3||1|
|4th||Beckham homered to right (362 feet), Santana scored.||3||3|
|4th||Haniger grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Murphy scored, Smith out at second, Long to third.||3||4|
|6th||Odor singled to deep right, Mazara scored, Cabrera to third.||4||4|
|6th||Guzmán hit sacrifice fly to shortstop, Cabrera scored.||5||4|
|6th||Smith tripled to deep right center, Long scored.||5||5|
|6th||Haniger homered to left (377 feet), Smith scored.||5||7|
|8th||Choo singled to left, Mazara scored and Odor scored.||7||7|
|9th||Cabrera doubled to left, Mazara scored.||8||7|
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