Smith grounded out to second.
- Anaheim, California 92899
- Line: LAA -770
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Trout homered to center (454 feet), Fletcher scored.||0||2|
|1st||Simmons singled to left center, Ohtani scored, Upton to third.||0||3|
|1st||Bour grounded into fielder's choice to first, Upton scored on error by second baseman Gordon, Simmons safe at second on error by second baseman Gordon.||0||4|
|1st||Garneau singled to center, Simmons scored, Bour to second.||0||5|
|1st||Trout doubled to left, Bour scored and Garneau scored, Fletcher to third.||0||7|
|2nd||Thaiss walked, Simmons scored, Garneau to second, Bour to third.||0||8|
|2nd||Trout hit by pitch, Bour scored, Thaiss to second, Garneau to third.||0||9|
|5th||Trout doubled to left, Fletcher scored.||0||10|
|6th||Garneau grounded out to shortstop, Simmons scored.||0||11|
|7th||Upton homered to center (388 feet), Trout scored.||0||13|
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