Pham lined out to first.
- St. Petersburg, Florida 33784
- Line: TB -190
- Over/Under: 8
|1st||Murphy homered to left (371 feet), Crawford scored and Nola scored.||3||0|
|1st||Pham homered to left center (447 feet).||3||1|
|2nd||Gordon grounded into fielder's choice to first, Smith scored, Broxton out at second, Gordon safe at second on error by second baseman Sogard.||4||1|
|2nd||Crawford singled to left center, Gordon scored.||5||1|
|2nd||Nola homered to left center (385 feet), Crawford scored.||7||1|
|4th||Nola singled to right, Lopes scored, Crawford to second.||8||1|
|5th||Murphy homered to left (378 feet).||9||1|
|5th||Meadows homered to right (394 feet), Pham scored.||9||3|
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