Gonzalez struck out swinging.
- Minneapolis, Minnesota 55488
- Line: MIN -240
- Over/Under: 10
|6th||Vogelbach homered to right (399 feet).||1||0|
|7th||Gonzalez homered to left (385 feet).||1||1|
|8th||Santana hit sacrifice fly to center, Encarnación scored.||2||1|
|8th||Gordon grounded into fielder's choice to first, Vogelbach scored, Gordon safe at first on error by first baseman Cron, Narváez safe at second on error by first baseman Cron.||3||1|
|8th||Long homered to right (358 feet), Narváez scored and Gordon scored.||6||1|
|8th||Kepler homered to right (396 feet).||6||2|
|8th||Garver singled to right, Polanco scored, Rosario to second.||6||3|
|8th||Gonzalez singled to center, Rosario scored, Garver to third.||6||4|
|9th||Buxton homered to left center (432 feet), Sanó scored.||6||6|
|10th||Smith grounded into fielder's choice to first, Gordon scored on error by catcher Garver, Smith safe at second on error by first baseman Cron, Long safe at third on error by first baseman Cron.||7||6|
|10th||Long scored on error by third baseman Sanó and Smith scored on throwing error by third baseman Sanó, Encarnación safe at second on throwing error by third baseman Sanó.||9||6|
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