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Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - Hideki Matsuis two-run single to cap off a four-run fifth inning proved to be the difference, as the Oakland Athletics took down the San Francisco Giants, 4-2, in the second test of a three-game interleague series. Cliff Pen

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Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - Hideki Matsuis two-run single to cap off a four-run fifth inning proved to be the difference, as the Oakland Athletics took down the San Francisco Giants, 4-2, in the second test of a three-game interleague series. Cliff Pennington and Daric Barton both had an RBI and run scored for the As, who have won four in a row. Oakland starter Guillermo Moscoso gave up two unearned runs on three hits over 4 2/3 innings. Brad Ziegler (2-0) recorded the final out in the fifth to pick up the win. Aubrey Huff knocked in a run for the Giants, who have dropped three straight since a three-game winning streak. Jonathan Sanchez (4-5) allowed four runs on six hits over 4 2/3 frames to take the loss. The Giants loaded the bases with two outs in the second, but Chris Stewart flied out to keep it a scoreless game. The fifth inning is when all the action took place. Stewart started the top half of the frame with an infield single, and Andres Torres followed with a walk. Emmanuel Burriss bunt to Moscoso resulted in a wild throw to third. The error allowed the first run of the game to score. Two batters later, Huff drove in a run with a sacrifice fly. But Oakland responded with four runs in the home fifth. Scott Sizemore singled and scored on Bartons one-out double to right-center field. After Jemile Weeks flied out, Pennington hit an RBI double down the left-field line to make it a 2-2 game. Pennington advanced to third on a wild pitch. Coco Crisp then walked and stole second to put men on second and third. Matsui followed with a single to right to plate both runners for a 4-2 edge. San Francisco stranded men on first and third in the sixth. Joey Devine, Brian Fuentes, Grant Balfour and Andrew Bailey each pitched a scoreless inning of relief for Oakland. Bailey worked around a one-out single in the ninth to record his fourth save of the season. GAME NOTES:San Francisco fell to 2-3 on a six-game road swing. The Giants are still 13-6 in the last 19 meetings with the Athletics. San Francisco swept a three-game series versus Oakland from May 20-22 this season at AT&T Park...The As were without outfielder Josh Willingham (sore left Achilles)...Oakland improved to 5-11 in the month of June...The As, who had two errors, have committed at least one error in a season-high nine consecutive games (12 errors total). Daniel Sedin Green Jersey . The team announced on Wednesday that Brodeur would be out rehabbing his injured right shoulder but will not need surgery. Shawn Matthias Canucks Jersey . Ilya Bryzgalov made 28 saves to record his second shutout in three games and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Florida Panthers 5-0 on Thursday night for their fourth straight win. http://ww... . LOUIS - This time around, the St. [url=http://www.hockeycanucksjerseysshop.com/Blue-Nick-Bonino-Jersey/]Nick Bonino Canucks Jersey . Santanas four-hitter was his first shutout since returning from shoulder surgery in 2010. He threw 96 pitches, and probably only had 10 or 15 more before manager Terry Collins would have pulled him. Daniel Sedin White Jersey . Francisco Liriano (1-3) earned his first win of the season, lasting 6 1/3 innings and allowing two runs on five hits and five walks with two strikeouts. Its about controlling the game and not letting the game control you, and [Liriano] did that very well, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said of his starter.SECAUCUS, N.J. -- Mark DeRosa joined MLB Network as a studio analyst Wednesday, one day after retiring as a major league player. DeRosas decision to retire was announced by the Blue Jays in a statement Tuesday, less than two weeks after Toronto exercised his $750,000 club option for next season. "While I still had the opportunity to return as a player, it became clear to me that the chance to begin a career at MLB Network was too good to pass up, and I am very excited to get started," DeRosa said in a statement from MLB Network. DeRosa was a guest analyst on MLB Network during the post-season in 2011 and this year.dddddddddddd. He will make his debut on MLB Tonight live from the winter meetings in Florida on Dec. 9, the network said. The 38-year-old infielder spent 16 seasons in the majors. He hit .235 in part-time duty last season, his only one in Toronto, with seven home runs and 36 RBIs in 204 at-bats. DeRosa finished his career with a .268 average, 100 home runs and 494 RBIs in 1,241 games with Atlanta, Texas, the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland, St. Louis, San Francisco, Washington and Toronto. He appeared in the playoffs six times. DeRosa grew up in New Jersey and attended the University of Pennsylvania. cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '


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