Cruz grounded out to third.
- Minneapolis, Minnesota 55488
- Line: OAK -210
- Over/Under: 12
|1st||Semien homered to left (385 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Davis singled to right center, Canha scored, Laureano to third.||2||0|
|2nd||Sanó scored on error by first baseman Olson, Kepler safe at first on error by first baseman Olson, Castro to second, Castro safe at third on error by first baseman Olson.||2||1|
|3rd||Gonzalez homered to right (397 feet), Cruz scored.||2||3|
|5th||Olson singled to center, Semien scored.||3||3|
|6th||Davis singled to left, Laureano scored.||4||3|
|6th||Pinder singled to left, Grossman scored, Pinder to second.||5||3|
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