Goins struck out swinging.
- Anaheim, California 92899
- Line: LAA -350
- Over/Under: 10
|1st||Upton grounded out to shortstop, Trout scored, Ohtani to third.||0||1|
|3rd||Trout homered to center (419 feet).||0||2|
|4th||Abreu homered to center (388 feet), Anderson scored.||2||2|
|5th||Fletcher singled to left, Goodwin scored and Trout scored, Upton to second.||2||4|
|5th||Rengifo singled to left, Upton scored, Fletcher to second.||2||5|
|6th||Upton homered to center (412 feet), Trout scored and Ohtani scored.||2||8|
|7th||Abreu homered to center (415 feet).||3||8|
|9th||McCann tripled to deep right, Anderson scored.||4||8|
|9th||Jiménez reached on infield single to shortstop, McCann scored.||5||8|
|9th||Castillo homered to right (382 feet), Jiménez scored.||7||8|
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