Phegley struck out swinging.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: OAK -125
- Over/Under: 12
|1st||Laureano hit sacrifice fly to right, Chapman scored, Olson to third.||1||0|
|3rd||Olson homered to center (400 feet).||2||0|
|4th||Vogelbach homered to right (361 feet), Santana scored.||2||2|
|4th||Seager homered to right (367 feet), Narváez scored.||2||4|
|5th||Narváez walked, Crawford scored, Vogelbach to second, Santana to third.||2||5|
|5th||Seager fouled out to left, Santana scored.||2||6|
|9th||Laureano homered to left (411 feet).||3||6|
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