- St. Louis, Missouri 63012
|2nd||Wong homered to right (371 feet).||0||1|
|3rd||Fowler reached on infield single to pitcher, Carpenter scored, Molina to second.||0||2|
|3rd||O'Neill hit sacrifice fly to left, Molina scored.||0||3|
|6th||Winker doubled to deep right, Peraza scored.||1||3|
|6th||Votto reached on infield single to shortstop, Winker scored.||2||3|
|7th||DeJong homered to left (411 feet), Molina and Fowler scored.||2||6|
|8th||Garcia doubled to deep center, Wong and Bader scored.||2||8|
|8th||Molina hit sacrifice fly to center, Garcia scored.||2||9|
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