- Houston, Texas 77299
|1st||Brantley homered to left center (348 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Encarnación doubled to deep center, J. Ramírez scored.||2||0|
|1st||Kipnis doubled to center, Encarnación scored, Guyer to third.||3||0|
|5th||J. Ramírez reached on infield single to third, Davis scored, J. Ramírez to second on throwing error by third baseman Bregman.||4||0|
|6th||Gomes homered to left center (420 feet).||5||0|
|6th||Correa homered to left center (416 feet), Altuve scored.||5||2|
|8th||Bregman homered to left center (401 feet).||5||3|
|9th||González homered to right (366 feet).||5||4|
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