Morales struck out swinging.
- Toronto, Ontario
- Line: NYY -185
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Grichuk homered to right (362 feet), Guerrero Jr. scored.||0||2|
|2nd||Biggio singled to center, Hernández scored.||0||3|
|4th||Sánchez homered to left (426 feet).||1||3|
|5th||Maybin singled to right, Gardner scored, Urshela to second.||2||3|
|5th||LeMahieu singled to center, Urshela scored, Maybin to second.||3||3|
|5th||Sánchez singled to left, Maybin scored, Voit to second, LeMahieu to third.||4||3|
|5th||Guerrero Jr. reached on infield single to third, Gurriel Jr. scored on throwing error by third baseman Urshela, Guerrero Jr. safe at second on throwing error by third baseman Urshela.||4||4|
|6th||LeMahieu homered to left (372 feet), Frazier scored and Maybin scored.||7||4|
|7th||Hernández doubled to right, Grichuk scored, Guerrero Jr. scored, Grichuk scored and Guerrero Jr. scored, Hernández to third, Hernández safe at third on error by third baseman Urshela.||7||6|
|8th||Guerrero Jr. homered to center (434 feet), Sogard scored and Gurriel Jr. scored.||7||9|
|8th||Grichuk homered to center.||7||10|
|8th||Drury homered to left (392 feet).||7||11|
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