LeMahieu lined out to right.
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|1st||Sánchez homered to center (427 feet).||1||0|
|1st||Olson homered to right (401 feet), Grossman scored.||1||2|
|1st||Canha homered to right center (389 feet).||1||3|
|2nd||Semien doubled to left, Herrmann scored, Semien thrown out at third.||1||4|
|6th||Piscotty singled to left, Olson scored on error by left fielder Maybin and Canha scored on error by left fielder Maybin.||1||6|
|8th||Judge homered to left (467 feet).||2||6|
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