Núñez grounded out to shortstop.
- Baltimore, Maryland 21298
|2nd||Bogaerts homered to center (412 feet).||1||0|
|3rd||Martinez homered to center (431 feet), Pillar scored.||3||0|
|5th||Devers homered to center (447 feet), Peraza scored and Pillar scored.||6||0|
|6th||Chavis singled to center, Vázquez scored and Verdugo scored.||8||0|
|7th||Valaika homered to left (383 feet).||8||1|
|7th||Mullins homered to left (375 feet).||8||2|
|8th||Sisco homered to left (384 feet), Severino scored and Mountcastle scored.||8||5|
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