Frazier fouled out to third.
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
- Line: CHC -155
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Bryant homered to right center (404 feet).||1||0|
|2nd||Almora Jr. homered to center (438 feet).||2||0|
|2nd||Kang doubled to deep right center, Osuna scored.||2||1|
|2nd||Díaz hit sacrifice fly to center, Kang scored.||2||2|
|3rd||Contreras homered to left (382 feet), Bryant scored.||4||2|
|3rd||Bell hit sacrifice fly to center, Newman scored.||4||3|
|5th||Rizzo singled to center, Bryant scored.||5||3|
|5th||Bote hit by pitch, Rizzo scored, García to second, Contreras to third.||6||3|
|5th||Schwarber walked, Bote scored, Quintana to second, Almora Jr. to third.||7||3|
|5th||Báez singled to deep left, Almora Jr. scored and Quintana scored, Schwarber to second.||9||3|
|6th||Contreras grounded out to pitcher, Rizzo scored.||10||3|
|6th||García homered to center (416 feet).||11||3|
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