White struck out looking.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
|1st||Tucker singled to left center, Brantley scored, Bregman to second.||1||0|
|1st||Seager doubled, Crawford scored.||1||1|
|6th||Brantley homered to right (374 feet).||2||1|
|6th||Tucker scored on Sadler wild pitch, Gurriel to third on wild pitch by Sadler.||3||1|
|6th||Maldonado homered to left (414 feet), Gurriel scored and Reddick scored.||6||1|
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