Biggio flied out to center.
- Toronto, Ontario
- Line: EVEN
- Over/Under: 10
|4th||Núñez homered to left (419 feet), Mancini scored.||2||0|
|4th||Santander singled to center, Severino scored, Villar to third.||3||0|
|4th||Broxton doubled to right, Villar scored, Santander to third.||4||0|
|4th||Martin grounded out to shortstop, Santander scored, Broxton to third.||5||0|
|4th||Biggio singled to right, Guerrero Jr. scored.||5||1|
|6th||Wilkerson singled to center, Villar scored.||6||1|
|8th||Santander singled to center, Villar scored.||7||1|
|9th||Wilkerson homered to right (385 feet).||8||1|
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