Mancini struck out swinging.
|3rd||Rizzo homered to right (346 feet), Kiner-Falefa scored and Higashioka scored.||0||3|
|4th||Gallo homered to center (426 feet).||0||4|
|5th||Rizzo homered to right (378 feet), LeMahieu scored.||0||6|
|6th||Santander homered to left (351 feet), Mateo scored and Mullins scored.||3||6|
|7th||Urías singled to right, Odor scored.||4||6|
|7th||Stanton singled to right, LeMahieu scored, Rizzo to second, Judge to third.||4||7|
|7th||Torres tripled to deep center, Judge scored, Rizzo scored and Locastro scored.||4||10|
|8th||Mancini singled to shallow center, Mullins scored.||5||10|
|8th||Hays homered to left (367 feet), Mancini scored and Odor scored.||8||10|
|8th||Judge homered to left (392 feet).||8||11|
|8th||Rizzo homered to right (327 feet).||8||12|
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