Ryan Sweeney drove in the tying run in the six and Mr. clutch Kurt Suzuki gave the A’s the go ahead run with a two-out RBI single to right propelling the A’s to their second straight win against the Padres 6-3.

Starting pitcher Brett Anderson lasted five innings but was replaced having thrown only 68 pitches. Anderson was decent tonight, getting out of jams when needed. The rookie lefty surrendered three runs on five hits striking out three and walking one.

Some more crucial insurance runs were manufactured by the A’s in the eighth inning, this time of back-to-back home run variety. Adam Kennedy hit one to right and Jack Cust completely annihilated one to deep left center to give the A’s their final runs of the night. Kennedy went 4-5, Ryan Sweeney had two hits as he gets re-aquaitned to baseball activities and Jack Cust had two hits.

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Post info: By KFinkas on June 21st, 2009
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One Response to “More clutch hitting drives A’s to second stright win”

  1. andy Says:

    koooouuuuuzmanoff. Poor padres… It’s great having these teams play each other. Being from San Diego but currently residing in northern California with a significant other who is OBSESSED with the A’s (and this page), you can imagine how much shit I got tonight for being a Padres fan >:I

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