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Athletics 6, Mariners 2

Athletics 6, Mariners 2

OAKLAND, Calif. — Jed Lowrie and Chris Young hit home runs in the seventh for the A's. Nate Freiman had two hits and an RBI in his major-league debut as Oakland knocked around Joe Saunders and two relievers after getting one run and six hits in the first two games of the series. Tommy Milone retired 17 of his final 18 batters. Michael Morse homered for the Mariners, his third in two days.

Athletics 6, Mariners 2 04/03/13 [Last modified: Thursday, April 4, 2013 1:19am]
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