- New York, New York 10451
- Line: NYY -145
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Escobar doubled to deep right, Sanó to third, Sanó scored, Escobar to third on error by right fielder Judge.||1||0|
|2nd||Sánchez homered to right center (373 feet).||1||1|
|3rd||Gregorius singled to left, Gardner scored, Judge to third.||1||2|
|4th||Torres singled to center, Walker scored, Andújar to second.||1||3|
|5th||Gregorius homered to right (401 feet), Judge scored.||1||5|
|7th||Garver singled to shallow right, Escobar scored, Garver to second on throwing error by catcher Sánchez.||2||5|
|7th||Judge homered to right (371 feet).||2||6|
|7th||Sánchez homered to center (436 feet), Stanton scored.||2||8|
|8th||Escobar doubled to left, Kepler scored.||3||8|
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