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Athletics 6, Twins 1

Athletics 6, Twins 1

MINNEAPOLIS — Dan Straily allowed three hits in seven innings and former Ray Sam Fuld hit a rare home run as the Athletics completed a three-game sweep. In the first nine games Oakland starters have not allowed more than three runs. Fuld hit his sixth homer in 738 career plate appearances and singled. Josh Donaldson also hit a two-run homer. Mike Pelfrey gave up six runs on nine hits and four walks in five innings. The Twins have had one quality start in their first nine games.

Athletics 6, Twins 1 04/10/14 [Last modified: Thursday, April 10, 2014 11:11pm]
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