Estrada flied out to right.
- New York, New York 10451
- Line: NYY -160
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Ramírez homered to center (405 feet), Lindor scored, Allen scored and Santana scored.||4||0|
|1st||Kipnis homered to right (374 feet).||5||0|
|1st||R. Pérez homered to right (370 feet), Naquin scored.||7||0|
|1st||Urshela singled to left, LeMahieu scored, Gregorius to second.||7||1|
|2nd||Ramírez homered to right (378 feet), Puig scored.||9||1|
|4th||Santana homered to right (393 feet), Allen scored.||11||1|
|5th||Allen singled to deep right, Naquin scored, R. Pérez to third.||12||1|
|5th||Gregorius homered to right (396 feet).||12||2|
|6th||Sánchez homered to center (441 feet).||12||3|
|7th||Puig singled to left center, Allen scored and Santana scored.||14||3|
|7th||Urshela singled to left, Ford scored, LeMahieu to second.||14||4|
|8th||Lindor singled to right, Naquin scored, R. Pérez to second.||15||4|
|8th||Allen homered to right (359 feet), R. Pérez scored and Lindor scored.||18||4|
|8th||Santana homered to right (397 feet).||19||4|
|8th||Torres homered to right (345 feet).||19||5|
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