Galvis grounded out to third.
- New York, New York 10451
- Line: NYY -500
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Guerrero Jr. doubled to right, Sogard scored.||1||0|
|1st||Tellez doubled to right, Guerrero Jr. scored, Grichuk to third.||2||0|
|5th||Hicks homered to right (351 feet), LeMahieu scored and Voit scored.||2||3|
|6th||Urshela reached on infield single to third, Gregorius scored, Torres to third.||2||4|
|6th||Gardner grounded into fielder's choice to second, Torres scored, Urshela out at second.||2||5|
|6th||Voit doubled to left, LeMahieu scored and Gardner scored.||2||7|
|6th||Stanton homered to center (445 feet), Voit scored and Hicks scored.||2||10|
|8th||Gurriel Jr. homered to left center (397 feet).||3||10|
|8th||Galvis homered to right center (375 feet), Biggio scored, Grichuk scored and Tellez scored.||7||10|
|9th||Tellez hit sacrifice fly to left, Grichuk scored.||8||10|
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