Smith lined out to left.
- Arlington, Texas 76096
- Line: TEX -110
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Nola grounded into double play, shortstop to first, Smith scored, Crawford out at second.||1||0|
|2nd||Odor doubled to deep center, Solak scored.||1||1|
|3rd||Calhoun hit sacrifice fly to right, Trevino scored.||1||2|
|5th||Smith reached on infield single to second, Vogelbach scored, Fraley to second, Lopes to third.||2||2|
|5th||Andrus grounded into fielder's choice to third, Heineman scored on error by third baseman Seager, Trevino safe at second on error by third baseman Seager.||2||3|
|6th||Santana homered to right (357 feet).||2||4|
|6th||Trevino doubled to deep right, Heineman scored and Odor scored.||2||6|
|7th||Smith tripled to deep left center, Smith scored on throwing error by shortstop Andrus.||3||6|
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