Arcia grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Hiura out at second.
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
- Line: MIL -135
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Bell singled to left, Marte scored.||0||1|
|3rd||Aguilar homered to center (407 feet).||1||1|
|3rd||Marte singled to center, Newman scored, Polanco to second.||1||2|
|3rd||Moran walked, Polanco scored, Reynolds to second, Marte to third.||1||3|
|3rd||Frazier walked, Marte scored, Moran to second, Reynolds to third.||1||4|
|3rd||Archer walked, Reynolds scored, Frazier to second, Moran to third.||1||5|
|3rd||Newman singled to left center, Frazier scored and Moran scored, Archer to third.||1||7|
|4th||Hiura homered to center (420 feet), Moustakas scored and Grandal scored.||4||7|
|6th||Moran singled to left center, Marte scored, Reynolds to third.||4||8|
|6th||Stallings grounded into fielder's choice to pitcher, Reynolds scored, Moran to second, Stallings safe at second on error by second baseman Hiura, Moran safe at third on error by second baseman Hiura.||4||9|
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