Springer singled to deep right, Reddick scored.
- Houston, Texas 77299
- Line: HOU -220
- Over/Under: 16
|2nd||Kemp homered to right (370 feet), White scored.||0||2|
|3rd||Lucroy scored on Urquidy wild pitch, Rengifo to second on wild pitch by Urquidy.||1||2|
|3rd||Fletcher singled to left, Rengifo scored on throwing error by left fielder Alvarez and Rengifo scored, Fletcher safe at second on throwing error by left fielder Alvarez.||2||2|
|3rd||Ohtani homered to left center (397 feet), Fletcher scored.||4||2|
|3rd||Pujols doubled to left, Calhoun scored, Simmons to third.||5||2|
|4th||Trout hit sacrifice fly to center, Rengifo scored, Fletcher to third.||6||2|
|5th||Lucroy tripled to deep center, Simmons scored.||7||2|
|5th||Alvarez singled to center, Brantley scored, Gurriel to second.||7||3|
|5th||White doubled to shallow left, Gurriel scored, Alvarez to third.||7||4|
|6th||Trout homered to right center (391 feet).||8||4|
|6th||Gurriel homered to left (407 feet), Altuve scored, Bregman scored and Brantley scored.||8||8|
|8th||Trout homered to center (424 feet), Fletcher scored.||10||8|
|8th||Alvarez singled to center, Brantley scored and Gurriel scored.||10||10|
|10th||Springer singled to deep right, Reddick scored.||10||11|
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