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|1st||Escobar hit a ground rule double to deep center, Mauer scored, Kepler to third.||1||0|
|1st||Rosario reached on infield single to shortstop, Kepler scored, Escobar to third.||2||0|
|1st||Garver singled to right, Escobar scored, Rosario to third.||3||0|
|1st||Abreu singled to right center, Sánchez scored.||3||1|
|3rd||Rosario homered to right (359 feet), Escobar scored.||5||1|
|3rd||Adrianza doubled to left, Morrison scored, Adrianza thrown out at third attempting to advance on play.||6||1|
|4th||Rosario doubled to deep center, Mauer and Kepler scored.||8||1|
|5th||L. García grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, Anderson scored, Engel out at second.||8||2|
|7th||Anderson homered to left center (385 feet).||8||3|
|9th||Anderson homered to left (368 feet).||8||4|
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