Murphy grounded out to shortstop.
- Los Angeles, California 90012
- Line: LAD -165
- Over/Under: 8
|1st||Muncy grounded out to first, Pederson scored, Seager to third.||0||1|
|2nd||Pederson homered to center (420 feet), Barnes scored.||0||3|
|4th||Hernández homered to left (404 feet), Bellinger scored.||0||5|
|4th||Barnes homered to center (403 feet).||0||6|
|4th||Seager homered to right center (407 feet).||0||7|
|6th||Jones homered to left (391 feet).||1||7|
|6th||Pederson homered to right (417 feet), Hernández scored.||1||9|
|7th||Walker homered to center (441 feet).||2||9|
|7th||Muncy homered to right (399 feet).||2||10|
|7th||Bellinger homered to center (403 feet).||2||11|
|7th||Hernández homered to right center (400 feet).||2||12|
|9th||Walker doubled to left, Flores scored, Peralta to third.||3||12|
|9th||Marte hit sacrifice fly to right, Peralta scored, Walker to third.||4||12|
|9th||Ahmed hit sacrifice fly to center, Walker scored.||5||12|
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