Sisco struck out swinging.
- Baltimore, Maryland 21298
|4th||Mancini homered to center (423 feet).||0||1|
|5th||Gurriel Jr. reached on infield single to second, Maile scored, Guerrero Jr. to second, Biggio to third.||1||1|
|5th||Biggio scored on Castro wild pitch, Gurriel Jr. to second on wild pitch by Castro, Guerrero Jr. to third on wild pitch by Castro.||2||1|
|5th||Tellez homered to right (359 feet), Guerrero Jr. scored, Gurriel Jr. scored and Smoak scored.||6||1|
|5th||Ruiz scored on Jackson wild pitch, Villar to second on wild pitch by Jackson.||6||2|
|6th||Guerrero Jr. doubled to deep right center, Maile scored, Guerrero Jr. to third.||7||2|
|6th||Gurriel Jr. singled to center, Guerrero Jr. scored.||8||2|
|8th||Sisco doubled to deep right, Villar scored and Santander scored, Mancini to third.||8||4|
|8th||Núñez grounded out to third, Mancini scored.||8||5|
|8th||Ruiz singled to shallow center, Sisco scored, Severino to second.||8||6|
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