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Athletics
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Scoring Summary

InningMINOAK
1stD Ortiz singled to left, J Jones scored, C Guzman to second.10
2ndJ Mabry homered to center, E Chavez and J Dye scored.13
3rdD Mientkiewicz hit sacrifice fly to left, C Koskie scored, T Hunter to second.23
4thC Koskie grounded out to first, L Rivas scored, J Jones to second.33
4thD Justice reached on infield single to third, G Myers scored, S Hatteberg to third, M Tejada to second.34
7thD Mientkiewicz doubled to right, C Guzman and C Koskie scored.54

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