- Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53295
|1st||Murphy singled to center, Eaton and Adams scored, Soto to third.||2||0|
|1st||Soto scored on Peralta's wild pitch, Murphy safe at second on throwing error by catcher Piña.||3||0|
|5th||Harper homered to right (394 feet), Wieters and Eaton scored.||6||0|
|6th||Soto homered to center (415 feet).||7||0|
|9th||Pérez homered to left (426 feet), Kratz and Yelich scored.||7||3|
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