- Boston, Massachusetts 02297
- Line: BOS -178
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Martinez grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Bogaerts scored, Moreland out at second.||0||1|
|4th||Morales singled to deep left, Pillar scored.||1||1|
|4th||Holt hit sacrifice fly to left, Devers scored.||1||2|
|4th||Bradley Jr. doubled to center, Núñez scored, Vázquez to third.||1||3|
|4th||Benintendi homered to left (346 feet), Vázquez and Bradley Jr. scored.||1||6|
|5th||Solarte hit sacrifice fly to right, Urshela scored.||2||6|
|5th||Martinez homered to left (415 feet).||2||7|
|6th||Benintendi tripled to left, Bradley Jr. scored.||2||8|
|7th||Hernández tripled to deep center, Travis scored.||3||8|
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