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Athletics 3, Yankees 2, 11 innings

Athletics 3, Yankees 2

11 innings

NEW YORK — The Athletics' Jed Lowrie tied his career high with four hits and scored the go-ahead run on Mark Canha's single. Lowrie doubled into the rightfield corner against Johnny Barbato with one out in the 11th then took third on a groundout by Khris Davis. The A's have won three straight following a four-game skid.

Athletics 3, Yankees 2, 11 innings 04/19/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 11:30pm]
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