- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: SEA -135
- Over/Under: 9
|2nd||Brosseau grounded into fielder's choice to pitcher, Duffy scored, Kiermaier out at second.||1||0|
|3rd||Aguilar grounded out to third, Pham scored, Meadows to second.||2||0|
|3rd||Santana singled to left, Smith scored, Santana to second.||2||1|
|4th||Court singled to shallow right, Murphy scored, Seager to third.||2||2|
|9th||Choi walked, Sogard scored, Adames to second, Kiermaier to third.||3||2|
|9th||Kiermaier scored, Pham safe at first on error by shortstop Crawford, Choi to second, Adames to third.||4||2|
|9th||Meadows grounded into fielder's choice to second, Adames scored, Pham out at second, Choi to third.||5||2|
|9th||Court homered to right (366 feet).||5||3|
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