Galvis lined out to third.
- Toronto, Ontario
- Line: NYY -230
- Over/Under: 11
|2nd||LeMahieu doubled to deep center, Estrada scored, Maybin to third.||1||0|
|2nd||Hicks homered to right (387 feet), Maybin scored and LeMahieu scored.||4||0|
|4th||Urshela homered to left (415 feet).||5||0|
|4th||LeMahieu singled to deep right center, Maybin scored.||6||0|
|6th||Sogard homered to right (364 feet).||6||1|
|9th||Hernández grounded into double play, third to second to first, Smoak scored, Gurriel Jr. out at second, Grichuk to third.||6||2|
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