Laureano grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Pinder scored on throwing error by shortstop Rondón, Laureano safe at second on throwing error by shortstop Rondón.
- Oakland, California 94666
|2nd||Rondón singled to deep left, Jay scored, Rondón to second.||1||0|
|3rd||Chapman grounded out to shortstop, Barreto scored, Semien to third.||1||1|
|7th||Jiménez homered to center (397 feet).||2||1|
|7th||Laureano homered to center (398 feet).||2||2|
|9th||Laureano grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Pinder scored on throwing error by shortstop Rondón, Laureano safe at second on throwing error by shortstop Rondón.||2||3|
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