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Athletics second. Moss singled to centre. Donaldson walked on four pitches, Moss to second. Lowrie grounded out, shortstop B.Crawford to first baseman Belt, Moss to third, Donaldson to second. Callaspo hit a sacrifice fly to centre fielder G.Blanco, Moss scored. Gentry was intentionally walked. Kazmir grounded out, second baseman B.Hicks to first baseman Belt.

1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 left on. Athletics 1, Giants 0.

Athletics fifth. Gentry grounded out, third baseman Sandoval to first baseman Belt. Kazmir grounded out, shortstop B.Crawford to first baseman Belt. Jaso tripled to right. Vogt singled to right, Jaso scored. Cespedes struck out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Athletics 2, Giants 0.

Athletics sixth. Moss doubled to centre. Donaldson homered to right on a 0-0 count, Moss scored. Lowrie doubled to left. Callaspo doubled to right, Lowrie to third. Gentry was intentionally walked. Kazmir struck out. . J.Lopez pitching. D.Norris pinch-hitting for Jaso. D.Norris flied out to right fielder Pence. Vogt singled to centre, Lowrie scored, Callaspo scored, Gentry to third. . Machi pitching. Cespedes struck out.

4 runs, 5 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Athletics 6, Giants 0.

Giants eighth. Otero pitching. Sogard in as second baseman. Adrianza singled to left. Pence singled to right, Adrianza to second. B.Crawford flied out to centre fielder Gentry. Sandoval singled to left, Adrianza scored, Pence to second. Posey struck out. Morse flied out to left fielder Cespedes.

1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Athletics 6, Giants 1.

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