WINYu DarvishY. Darvish(6-1)7.2 IP, 1 ER, 7 K, 2 BB
LOSSTommy MiloneT. Milone(5-3)7.0 IP, 4 ER, 4 K, 1 BB
SAVEJoe NathanJ. Nathan(8)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 3 K, 0 BB

Athletics
Athletics Hitting

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
J. Weeks2B2-331201019.210.288.312
C. CowgillCF1-330100012.167.286.167
a - J. GomesPH-LF0-11000015.230.367.459
J. ReddickRF-CF0-330010315.279.335.531
S. SmithLF-RF0-440000119.235.372.367
K. Ka'aihueDH0-440000221.275.333.413
J. Donaldson3B0-330000214.089.087.111
D. Barton1B1-220101014.193.316.289
A. ReckerC0-330000111.143.273.179
E. SogardSS0-33000018.138.188.246
TEAM4-2929141211138
a-struck out swinging for C Cowgill in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    J Weeks (6, Y Darvish)
  • RBI:
    J Reddick (21)
  • SF:
    J Reddick
  • GIDP:
    C Cowgill
  • Team RISP:
    0-2 (C Cowgill 0-1, J Gomes 0-1)
  • Team LOB:
    4
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    2 (J Weeks-D Barton, E Sogard-J Weeks-D Barton)
  • PB:
    A Recker

Athletics
Athletics Pitching

PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
T. Milone (L,5-3)7.094414100-644.09100
P. Figueroa1.00001015-92.2515
TEAM8.0944241115-73115
  • Pitching
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    T Milone 19-29; P Figueroa 3-4
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    T Milone 17-10-14-23; P Figueroa 2-1-3-3
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    T Milone 11-5; P Figueroa 0-3
  • Game Scores:
    T Milone 46

Rangers
Rangers Hitting

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
E. AndrusSS2-440210010.329.400.425
A. Gonzalez2B0-440000113.225.225.275
J. HamiltonLF2-44120018.404.458.838
A. Beltre3B1-441120012.297.324.523
N. CruzRF1-331101017.274.333.425
M. NapoliDH0-440000218.250.336.483
Y. TorrealbaC0-221001013.213.269.279
B. Snyder1B1-330100013.333.371.636
C. GentryCF2-330210011.310.365.414
TEAM9-313149424115
  • Batting
  • HR:
    A Beltre (7, 4th inning off T Milone 1 on, 0 Out)
  • RBI:
    A Beltre 2 (23), C Gentry (10), E Andrus (18)
  • 2Out RBI:
    C Gentry, E Andrus
  • GIDP:
    A Beltre
  • Team RISP:
    2-6 (A Gonzalez 0-2, B Snyder 0-1, E Andrus 1-2, C Gentry 1-1)
  • Team LOB:
    5
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    1 (E Andrus-B Snyder)

Rangers
Rangers Pitching

PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
Y. Darvish (W,6-1)7.241127118-732.60118
M. Adams (H,7)0.1000015-31.935
J. Nathan (S,8)1.00000315-92.8715
TEAM9.04112110138-85138
  • Pitching
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    Y Darvish 17-28; M Adams 1-1; J Nathan 3-3
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    Y Darvish 19-14-21-19; M Adams 1-1-1-0; J Nathan 4-5-0-0
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    Y Darvish 8-8; M Adams 0-0; J Nathan 0-0
  • Game Scores:
    Y Darvish 72

Scoring Summary

InningOAKTEX
1stJ Reddick hit sacrifice fly to center, J Weeks scored.10
4thA Beltre homered to right (382 feet), J Hamilton scored.12
4thC Gentry reached on infield single to third, N Cruz scored, Y Torrealba to third.13
4thE Andrus singled to left, Y Torrealba scored, C Gentry to second.14

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