- Oakland, California 94666
|1st||F Gutierrez homered to left center, I Suzuki scored.||2||0|
|1st||B Hall homered to left, A Beltre scored.||4||0|
|1st||K Suzuki singled to center, R Davis and R Sweeney scored, J Cust to third.||4||2|
|2nd||R Sweeney grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, A Kennedy scored on throwing error by shortstop J Wilson, R Davis safe at third on throwing error by shortstop J Wilson.||4||3|
|4th||K Johjima homered to left, B Hall scored.||6||3|
|8th||D Barton homered to right.||6||4|
|9th||F Gutierrez sacrificed to pitcher, J Hannahan scored, K Johjima to third, I Suzuki to second.||7||4|
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