Rengifo struck out looking.
- Anaheim, California 92899
- Line: LAA -150
- Over/Under: 11
|2nd||Murphy homered to left (389 feet), Seager scored.||2||0|
|3rd||La Stella homered to right center (432 feet).||2||1|
|6th||Encarnación homered to left center (408 feet).||3||1|
|6th||Vogelbach homered to right (448 feet).||4||1|
|6th||Seager singled to left center, Beckham scored.||5||1|
|7th||Encarnación homered to left (386 feet), Santana scored.||7||1|
|7th||Rengifo hit sacrifice fly to center, Goodwin scored, Tovar to third.||7||2|
|8th||Murphy homered to left (404 feet).||8||2|
|8th||Puello singled to center, Trout scored.||8||3|
|9th||Seager homered to right center (415 feet).||9||3|
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