Reyes grounded out to third.
- Cleveland, Ohio 44199
- Line: CLE -530
- Over/Under: 9
|2nd||Bauers singled to left, Kipnis scored.||0||1|
|2nd||Lindor doubled to right, Bauers scored and Naquin scored.||0||3|
|2nd||Mercado homered to right (330 feet), Lindor scored.||0||5|
|3rd||Ramírez doubled to deep right, Luplow scored.||0||6|
|3rd||Ramírez scored on error by first baseman Dixon, Kipnis safe at first on error by pitcher Carpenter.||0||7|
|6th||Naquin homered to center (412 feet).||0||8|
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