Oakland (California, USA), .- Nothing stops the offensive of the Oakland Athletics that this time had Jurickson Profar and Josh Phegley as the leaders of the timely and productive batting that helped them win by 8-5 at Los Angeles Angels and extend their winning streak to 10 games in a row.
Both sluggers threw the ball out of the park before the Athletics scout, Trevor Cahill, who could do nothing to tell the Oakland team’s batting inspiration, which has the best winning streak in the majors.
Profar tied the game with a two-run homer in the fourth inning against Cahill (2-5), and Phegley put the A’s forward in a definitive way with a homerun to open the fifth chapter.
Stephen Piscotty added a two-run single in that episode to help Oakland get its first 10-game winning streak since 2006.
Matt Chapman fired a solo homer in the seventh inning to have a home run in three games in a row. Robbie Grossman had two doubles and one RBI in support of Chris Bassitt (3-1), who allowed five runs and six undisputed in just over five innings.
The Albert Pujols Dominican obtained his quadrangular 642 like leader of the offensive of the Angels when going away of 4-2 with two annotated and one impelled one (EFE)