Bichette homered to left (390 feet).
- Toronto, Ontario
- Line: NYY -190
- Over/Under: 10
|2nd||Grichuk homered to left (382 feet).||0||1|
|4th||McGuire doubled to deep center, Tellez scored.||0||2|
|4th||Hernández reached on infield single to shortstop, McGuire scored on throwing error by second baseman Torres, Hernández safe at second on throwing error by second baseman Torres.||0||3|
|5th||Frazier doubled to right, Gardner scored on throwing error by right fielder Grichuk, Frazier safe at third on throwing error by right fielder Grichuk.||1||3|
|5th||Romine singled to left, Frazier scored.||2||3|
|5th||Voit grounded into fielder's choice to third, Romine scored, Torres to second.||3||3|
|5th||Urshela singled to center, Torres scored and Voit scored.||5||3|
|5th||Biggio singled to center, Bichette scored.||5||4|
|7th||Ureña scored on a balk, Biggio to second on a balk.||5||5|
|12th||Bichette homered to left (390 feet).||5||6|
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