Paredes lined out to center.
- Detroit, Michigan 48201
|5th||Luplow singled to left, Santana scored, Reyes to second.||1||0|
|5th||DeShields singled to center, Reyes scored on error and Luplow scored on error, DeShields safe at second on fielding error by center fielder Reyes.||3||0|
|6th||Ramírez homered to left (378 feet), Hernández scored.||5||0|
|7th||Ramírez homered to left center (405 feet), Hernández scored.||7||0|
|8th||W. Castro singled to shallow left, Paredes scored.||7||1|
|8th||Cabrera homered to right (411 feet), W. Castro scored.||7||3|
|9th||Goodrum doubled to deep right, Bonifacio scored.||7||4|
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