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0-0: Foul Ball, location: 2F
0-1: Ball
1-1: Ball
2-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
2-2: Ball
3-2: Foul Ball, location: 9LDF
3-2: Ground out 5-3 (Groundball, 5, EV 105.0 MPH)
Top of the 1st over - 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 left on base; New York 0 - Baltimore 0

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Batting: RHB Renato Nunez 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Called Strike
0-2: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 78D, EV 77.5 MPH)
Bottom of the 1st over - 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 left on base; New York 0 - Baltimore 0

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TOP OF THE 2ND
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : LHP John Means
Batting: RHB Gary Sanchez 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Hit by Pitch
Batting: RHB Luke Voit 0-0: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 89D, EV 93.8 MPH)
Batting: RHB Miguel Andujar 0-0: Ball
1-0: Called Strike
1-1: SINGLE (Line Drive, 89S, EV 96.3 MPH)
Gary Sanchez to second
Runner from 2nd tries for 3rd, SAFE, no throw by RF
Batting: RHB DJ LeMahieu 0-0: SINGLE (Groundball, 56D, EV 110.0 MPH)
Gary Sanchez scores
Miguel Andujar to second
Batting: RHB Gio Urshela 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Fly out, F6 (Flyball, 6MD, EV 93.8 MPH)
Batting: LHB Brett Gardner 0-0: Ball
1-0: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 78D, EV 99.4 MPH)
Top of the 2nd over - 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on base; New York 1 - Baltimore 0

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BOTTOM OF THE 2ND
Baltimore Orioles batting - Pitching for New York Yankees : RHP Gerrit Cole
Batting: LHB Chris Davis 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Ball
3-0: Called Strike
3-1: Swinging Strike
3-2: Ground out 4-3 (Groundball, 4, EV 83.1 MPH)
Batting: RHB Pedro Severino 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 89M, EV 86.3 MPH)
Batting: LHB Dwight Smith Jr. 0-0: Ball
1-0: Called Strike
1-1: Ball
2-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
2-2: Ground out U3 (Groundball, 3S, EV 91.3 MPH)
Bottom of the 2nd over - 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on base; New York 1 - Baltimore 0

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TOP OF THE 3RD
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : LHP John Means
Batting: LHB Mike Tauchman 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Ball
3-0: Called Strike
3-1: Base on Balls
Batting: RHB Gleyber Torres 0-0: 2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 7LD, EV 106.9 MPH), Distance : 432 ft
Batting: RHB Giancarlo Stanton 0-0: Ball
1-0: Foul Ball, location: 9LDF
1-1: Ball
2-1: Ball
3-1: Foul Ball, location: 5SF
3-2: Base on Balls
Batting: RHB Gary Sanchez 0-0: Fly out, F9 (Flyball, 9, EV 93.1 MPH)
Batting: RHB Luke Voit 0-0: Ball
1-0: Swinging Strike
1-1: Ball
2-1: SINGLE (Line Drive, 7S, EV 106.9 MPH)
Giancarlo Stanton to second
Batting: RHB Miguel Andujar 0-0: Ball
1-0: Called Strike
1-1: Ball
2-1: Swinging Strike
2-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB DJ LeMahieu 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Called Strike
0-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
0-2: Ball
1-2: Ball
2-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
2-2: 3-RUN HOME RUN (Line Drive, 7LD, EV 100.6 MPH), Distance : 361 ft
Batting: RHB Gio Urshela 0-0: Foul Ball, location: 2F
0-1: Ball
1-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Strikes out swinging

Top of the 3rd over - 5 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on base;

New York 6 - Baltimore 0

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BOTTOM OF THE 3RD
Baltimore Orioles batting - Pitching for New York Yankees : RHP Gerrit Cole
Batting: RHB Jose Iglesias 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Foul Ball, location: 5SF
2-1: Ball
3-1: Foul Ball, location: 9LMF
3-2: Ground out 4-3 (Groundball, 34, EV 97.5 MPH)
Batting: LHB Rio Ruiz 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Ball
3-0: Called Strike
3-1: SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 9LD, EV 103.1 MPH), Distance : 348 ft
Batting: RHB Austin Hays 0-0: Ball
1-0: Swinging Strike
1-1: Called Strike
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: RHB Hanser Alberto 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ground out 4-3 (Groundball, 34, EV 101.9 MPH)
Bottom of the 3rd over - 1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 left on base; New York 6 - Baltimore 1

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TOP OF THE 4TH
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : LHP John Means
Batting: LHB Brett Gardner 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Called Strike
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 5F
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 7LMF
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Fly out, F8 (Flyball, 8RXD, EV 103.1 MPH)
Batting: LHB Mike Tauchman 0-0: Ball
1-0: DOUBLE (Flyball, 8LXD, EV 86.3 MPH)
Pitching: RHP Hector Velazquez  
Batting: RHB Gleyber Torres 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: 2-RUN HOME RUN (Flyball, 9D, EV 105.0 MPH), Distance : 368 ft
Batting: RHB Giancarlo Stanton 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Ball
1-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Ground out 6-3 (Groundball, 6MD, EV 88.1 MPH)
Batting: RHB Gary Sanchez 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Ball
3-0: Base on Balls
Batting: RHB Luke Voit 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
0-2: Ball
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2LF
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Top of the 4th over - 2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on base; New York 8 - Baltimore 1

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BOTTOM OF THE 4TH
Baltimore Orioles batting - Pitching for New York Yankees : RHP Gerrit Cole
Batting: SHB Anthony Santander 0-0: Ball
1-0: Fly out, F8 (Line Drive, 8RD, EV 98.8 MPH)
Batting: RHB Renato Nunez 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Fly out, F7 (Flyball, 7S, EV 88.8 MPH)
Batting: LHB Chris Davis 0-0: Ball
1-0: Swinging Strike
1-1: Called Strike
1-2: Ball
2-2: Strikes out swinging
Bottom of the 4th over - 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on base; New York 8 - Baltimore 1

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TOP OF THE 5TH
New York Yankees batting - Pitching for Baltimore Orioles : RHP Hector Velazquez
Batting: RHB Miguel Andujar 0-0: Swinging Strike
0-1: Called Strike
0-2: SOLO HOME RUN (Flyball, 8LXD, EV 97.5 MPH), Distance : 459 ft
Batting: RHB DJ LeMahieu 0-0: Ball
1-0: Called Strike
1-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Ball
2-2: Ball
3-2: Fly out, F9 (Flyball, 9D, EV 91.3 MPH)
Batting: RHB Gio Urshela 0-0: Called Strike
0-1: Foul Ball, location: 5SF
0-2: Ball
1-2: Foul Ball, location: 2F
1-2: Strikes out swinging
Batting: LHB Brett Gardner 0-0: SINGLE (Flyball, 8LS, EV 86.9 MPH)
Batting: LHB Mike Tauchman 0-0: Ball
1-0: Ball
2-0: Called Strike
2-1: Ball
3-1: Foul Ball, location: 2F
3-2: Strikes out swinging
Top of the 5th over - 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on base; New York 9 - Baltimore 1

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