Lugo flied out to right.
- Detroit, Michigan 48201
- Line: MIN -145
- Over/Under: 10
|3rd||Miller singled to right center, Torreyes scored.||1||0|
|3rd||Cabrera grounded out to second, Dixon scored.||1||1|
|4th||Schoop singled to left, Astudillo scored.||2||1|
|4th||W. Castro singled to left, Demeritte scored, W. Castro to second.||2||2|
|4th||Reyes singled to right center, W. Castro scored.||2||3|
|5th||Astudillo singled to left, Miller scored, Arraez to third.||3||3|
|5th||Cave tripled to deep right center, Arraez scored and Astudillo scored.||5||3|
|5th||Cave scored on Alcántara wild pitch.||6||3|
|6th||Reyes singled to right, W. Castro scored.||6||4|
|7th||Schoop homered to left center (371 feet), Astudillo scored.||8||4|
|7th||Wade Jr. reached on infield single to shortstop, LaMarre scored on throwing error by first baseman Hicks, Wade Jr. safe at second on throwing error by first baseman Hicks.||9||4|
|8th||Astudillo homered to left (380 feet).||10||4|
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