Thomas lined out to left.
|1st||Goldschmidt grounded out to third, Edman scored.||1||0|
|1st||Riley singled to right, Albies scored, Almonte to third.||1||1|
|2nd||Contreras homered to left center (425 feet).||1||2|
|2nd||Freeman singled to right, Acuña Jr. scored, Freeman to second.||1||3|
|2nd||Albies homered to right (428 feet), Freeman scored.||1||5|
|4th||Albies singled to left, Acuña Jr. scored, Albies to second, Freeman to third.||1||6|
|4th||Almonte singled to left, Freeman scored, Albies to third.||1||7|
|4th||Riley hit sacrifice fly to center, Albies scored.||1||8|
|4th||Fried walked, Almonte scored, Contreras to second, Swanson to third.||1||9|
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