Grossman flied out to left.
- Kansas City, Missouri 64999
- Line: OAK -160
- Over/Under: 9
|1st||Semien homered to left (412 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Brown grounded into fielder's choice to second, Chapman scored, Canha out at second, Olson to third.||2||0|
|3rd||Dozier homered to left (415 feet), Soler scored.||2||2|
|5th||Canha homered to center (411 feet), Olson scored.||4||2|
|5th||Soler doubled to deep left, Merrifield scored.||4||3|
|6th||O'Hearn homered to right (416 feet).||4||4|
|7th||Dozier singled to left center, N. Lopez scored, Soler to second, Merrifield to third.||4||5|
|7th||Gordon grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Merrifield scored, Dozier out at second, Soler to third.||4||6|
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