Calhoun popped out to third.
- Arlington, Texas 76096
- Line: CLE -115
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Santana reached on infield single to shortstop, Lindor scored.||1||0|
|1st||Kipnis homered to right (449 feet), Santana scored and Luplow scored.||4||0|
|1st||R. Pérez homered to right (383 feet).||5||0|
|2nd||Cabrera homered to right (408 feet).||5||1|
|3rd||Luplow doubled to left, Santana scored, Luplow to third.||6||1|
|3rd||Ramírez singled to center, Luplow scored.||7||1|
|4th||Cabrera doubled to right, Calhoun scored.||7||2|
|4th||Cabrera to home on throwing error by pitcher Plutko, Odor to third.||7||3|
|4th||Cabrera to home on throwing error by pitcher Plutko, Odor to third on throwing error by pitcher Plutko.||7||3|
|5th||Kipnis homered to right (388 feet).||8||3|
|9th||Luplow reached on infield single to second, Bauers scored and Lindor scored, Mercado to third.||10||3|
|9th||Santana homered to center (427 feet).||10||4|
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