Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Matt Chapman, Mark Cania homer in the A to beat the Detroit Tigers

The Oakland A team’s offense took advantage of the last Detroit Tigers and won easily 9-3 at Comerica Park on Tuesday.

Matt Chapman and Mark Kaha both hit home runs. Chapman played his second multi-home run game of the year, hitting a two-run homer and a ninth homer in the third inning of Detroit starter Tariq Scubar. This is his eighth and ninth home run in the past 14 games. After Starling Marte and Matt Olson combined to play a pair of doubles to tie the score 1-1, his first home run gave Team A the lead.

Canha’s two-point counter-attack home run was his 500th career hit and his first home run since August 15 in Texas-this is his past 41 games ‘S second home run. A’s outfielder has been in a downturn. Since he returned from a hip injury in mid-July, he has improved his batting percentage by 0.191 with an OBP of 0.329 in 37 games.

Col Owen’s start last week was in danger as he left with a hip discomfort in the three games against the Seattle Mariners. He got back on track in the game against the Tigers, even though he gave up the three of former A-team outfielders Robbie Grossman, Derek Hill and former A-team receiver Dustin Garno. Home run.

Irving had two outs in the fifth inning, allowing three innings, seven hits, two walks and two strikeouts.

In the eighth inning, Josh Harrison scored two rounds of singles, Chad Pinder and Elvis Andrus both scored as a substitute in the A game. Player Derek Holland (Derek Holland).

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