Long popped out to second.
- Anaheim, California 92899
- Line: LAA -135
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Smith singled to shallow right center, Ohtani scored and Pujols scored.||0||2|
|1st||Puello singled to right, Smith scored, Calhoun to third.||0||3|
|2nd||Seager homered to right center (382 feet).||1||3|
|3rd||Santana doubled to deep right, Moore scored.||2||3|
|4th||La Stella homered to right (418 feet).||2||4|
|4th||Trout homered to left (429 feet).||2||5|
|4th||Ohtani homered to left center (396 feet).||2||6|
|4th||Puello reached on infield single to catcher, Smith scored, Calhoun to second.||2||7|
|5th||Ohtani doubled to right, La Stella scored, Trout to third.||2||8|
|5th||Pujols singled to shallow center, Trout scored and Ohtani scored.||2||10|
|6th||Encarnación homered to center (405 feet).||3||10|
|8th||Puello homered to right center (390 feet), Calhoun scored.||3||12|
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