Núñez struck out swinging.
- Baltimore, Maryland 21298
- Line: SD -125
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Núñez doubled to deep right, Alberto scored.||0||1|
|2nd||Garcia homered to right (395 feet), Mejía scored.||2||1|
|2nd||Hosmer grounded out to second, Margot scored, Tatis Jr. to third.||3||1|
|3rd||Reyes homered to left (452 feet).||4||1|
|4th||Villar homered to left center (430 feet), Severino scored.||4||3|
|5th||Reyes homered to center (417 feet), Machado scored.||6||3|
|6th||Hosmer homered to left (405 feet), Margot scored.||8||3|
|6th||Severino homered to left (364 feet).||8||4|
|7th||Renfroe homered to center (411 feet).||9||4|
|8th||Hosmer singled to left, Tatis Jr. scored.||10||4|
|8th||Wilkerson walked, Núñez scored, Davis to second, Villar to third.||10||5|
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