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Beltre tiebreaking HR among 5 for Rangers, who beat A’s 7-4

Beltre tiebreaking HR among 5 for Rangers, who beat A's 7-4

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Arlington, Texas (AP) - Adrian Beltre led the eighth inning with a tiebreaker for the Texas Rangers, who lost five deep opportunities in a 7-4 win over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night.

Beltre defeated 5-4 when he teamed up with Reliever Lo Trivino (3-1), who then went to Professor Jurasson, before

Joy Gallo made a two-shot shot in the right field. This was the 16th Homer of Gallo.

Shin-So Choo, Robinson Chirinos, and Professor also went home to Texas.

Chris Martin (1-1) came in eighth for his first major league victory, and Ken Balee finished ninth for the 14th who

was saved, which was the highest in the head of the point.

This was the second homer of the season for Beltre, who lost 28 games during the two new companies on the

disabled list due to the tension in the left hamstring and only after playing the fourth game. His first homer this

season was the 3,083rd stroke of his career, which was the highest among active players.

Khasis Davis doubled the run and scored only in the Matt Olson singles for Oakland. Davis placed his 14th position

in the fifth position for a 3-1 lead, a single Homer. The second individual player pushed by Olson defeated 4-2 in the seventh.

Chou. extended his best base run to 21 bosses for the first time. In the seventh inning, his homerun two-run game

Homer gave him a streak of 12 consecutive games, which coincided with Charlie Blickman of Colorado as the longest active player in the big league.

Chirinos at home on his 34th birthday.

Training room

Athletics: RHP Liam Hendricks (Tense Grown Right) was activated with DL 10 days and RHP Daniel Gossett

(tension in the right elbow) underwent DL after an MRI on Monday. ... Boog Powell, who has lost 52 games due to a

stressful right knee, has been in extended spring training. I could start working with A at the end of this week, and after that, I could continue with a rehabilitation job.

Rangers: SS Elvis Andras, who lost 49 games with a broken elbow and is eligible to leave the 60-day disabled list

next Monday, took the ball and threw it at first base. He is ready to hit batting in the field soon. Manager Jeff

Bannister said, "It's progressing well, it's moving forward." "A little positive enthusiasm is starting to see that we can see a little light."

The next

Right-handed Rangers 45-year-old Bartolo Colon (2-3), completing his fourth attempt to win the 243rd career

match to match Hall of Fame pitcher Juan Marichal, for a player born in the Dominican Republic. Colon spent two

sessions with Oakland, going from 18-6 to A in 2013. Athletics of right hand Daniel Mengden (6-4) started with 4-1 with 1.51 ERA on May 6.

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