- Kansas City, Missouri 64999
- Line: CLE -170
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Santana homered to left (377 feet), Lindor scored and Mercado scored.||3||0|
|1st||Dozier singled to center, Merrifield scored.||3||1|
|3rd||O'Hearn grounded out to first, Gordon scored and Dozier scored on throwing error by first baseman Bauers.||3||3|
|4th||Mercado hit sacrifice fly to left, Allen scored.||4||3|
|5th||Luplow homered to left (420 feet).||5||3|
|5th||O'Hearn reached on infield single to catcher, Gordon scored, Soler to second, Dozier to third.||5||4|
|5th||Cuthbert singled to shallow right, Dozier scored, O'Hearn to second, Soler to third.||5||5|
|5th||N. Lopez singled to center, O'Hearn scored and Soler scored, Cuthbert to second.||5||7|
|5th||Viloria singled to center, Cuthbert scored, N. Lopez to second.||5||8|
|6th||Soler homered to left (411 feet).||5||9|
|8th||Ramírez homered to (420 feet).||6||9|
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