García grounded into double play, pitcher to shortstop to first, Sánchez out at second.
- Chicago, Illinois 60616
- Line: MIN -200
- Over/Under: 11
|1st||Abreu doubled to center, García scored.||0||1|
|2nd||Schoop homered to left (403 feet), Rosario scored and Adrianza scored.||3||1|
|3rd||Rosario grounded into fielder's choice to first, Garver scored, Cruz out at second, Polanco to third.||4||1|
|3rd||Sanó grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Polanco scored on error by shortstop Anderson, Sanó to second, Rosario safe at third on error by shortstop Anderson.||5||1|
|4th||Skole grounded into fielder's choice to first, Moncada scored, Jiménez out at second, Anderson to third.||5||2|
|8th||Schoop homered to left (413 feet).||6||2|
|8th||Garver homered to left center (443 feet), Cave scored.||8||2|
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