Ruiz popped out to shortstop.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: SEA -910
- Over/Under: 18
|1st||Mancini homered to center (417 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Crawford homered to right (427 feet).||1||1|
|2nd||Alberto doubled to right, Santander scored.||2||1|
|2nd||Williamson grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, Narváez scored, Nola out at second, Seager to third.||2||2|
|3rd||Santana reached on infield single to first, Smith scored, Crawford to second.||2||3|
|3rd||Narváez hit sacrifice fly to left, Crawford scored, Santana to third.||2||4|
|3rd||Nola singled to shallow center, Santana scored, Seager to second, Vogelbach to third.||2||5|
|3rd||Williamson hit by pitch, Vogelbach scored, Nola to second, Seager to third.||2||6|
|3rd||Gordon singled to left, Seager scored, Williamson to second, Nola to third.||2||7|
|3rd||Smith singled to right, Nola scored, Gordon to second, Williamson to third.||2||8|
|3rd||Crawford singled to right center, Gordon scored and Williamson scored, Smith to second, Smith safe at third on throwing error by center fielder Broxton.||2||10|
|4th||Williamson homered to right (385 feet), Narváez scored.||2||12|
|6th||Santander grounded into fielder's choice to third, Núñez scored, Smith Jr. out at second.||3||12|
|7th||Crawford hit sacrifice fly to center, Williamson scored.||3||13|
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