Another rally helps Oakland A's beat New York Yankees

Another rally helps Oakland A's beat New York Yankees

San Jose : CA : USA | Jul 21, 2012 at 8:54 PM PDT
Source: The Mercury News
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On Saturday, it was Jarrod Parker becoming the latest rookie starter to shut down the New York Yankees. It was Brandon Inge supplying the big hit with a go-ahead home run to right on the first pitch of the bottom of the eighth. The result: A 2-1 Oakland victory that leaves the A's one victory away... FULL ARTICLE AT The Mercury News
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