Reyes homered to center (435 feet), Hernandez scored and J. Ramírez scored.
- Cleveland, Ohio 44115
- Line: CLE -132
- Over/Under: 10
|3rd||Merrifield singled to left center, Taylor scored.||1||0|
|4th||C. Santana homered to right (418 feet).||2||0|
|4th||Dozier homered to left (383 feet).||3||0|
|4th||Bradley homered to right (413 feet).||3||1|
|8th||Pérez homered to center (404 feet), Reyes scored and Bradley scored.||3||4|
|9th||C. Santana homered to right center (402 feet).||4||4|
|9th||Reyes homered to center (435 feet), Hernandez scored and J. Ramírez scored.||4||7|
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