OaklandTampa BayabrhbiabrhbiB.Burns cf3000Guyer dh5122Alonso 1b4000B.Mller ss5112Reddick rf3000Lngoria 3b4120Vlencia 3b3010C.Dckrs lf4010Vogt dh3000De.Jnnn lf0000K.Davis lf3000Sza Jr. rf3110Semien ss3000Mrrison 1b1000Coghlan 2b3000Pearce 2b3101McBride c3010Krmaier cf3111Conger c3000Totals28020Totals31686Oakland000000000—0Tampa Bay00200202x—6E_Valencia (6). DP_Oakland 1, Tampa Bay 1. LOB_Oakland 2, Tampa Bay 8. 2B_Guyer (5), Longoria (11), Souza Jr. (6). 3B_C.Dickerson (1). HR_B.Miller (5). SB_Kiermaier (6). SF_Pearce (1). IPHRERBBSOOaklandGraveman L,1-552-364421Triggs211111Rzepczynski01-311120Tampa BayAndriese W,2-0920005HBP_by Andriese (Burns). Umpires_Home, Mark Carlson; First, Ryan Blakney; Second, Mike DiMuro; Third, Brian Gorman. T_2:36. A_28,158 (31,042).
Oakland manages two hits and gets shut out for the first time this season.
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ST. PETERSBURG — The fans inside Tropicana Field on Saturday night stood and cheered as Yonder Alonso stepped to the plate in the top of the ninth. The ovation was for Rays pitcher Matt Andriese, who was one out away from finishing the best start of his pro career.
Valencia homers 3 times as A’s beat Rays 7-6
ST. PETERSBURG — Jake Odorizzi said he wasn't frustrated despite throwing strike after strike to Billy Burns in the first inning only to see Burns foul off nearly each pitch.
Today: vs. A's1:10, Tropicana FieldTV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)
The Tampa Bay Rays finish up their series against the Oakland A's.