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On a day when they made a trade to strengthen the back of their bullpen Womens Deryk Engelland Jersey , the Oakland Athletics overcame their All-Star closer’s fourth blown save and kept their late-inning magic going.

In front of the largest crowd to watch a baseball game at the Coliseum, no less.

Jonathan Lucroy singled home Matt Chapman in the 11th inning to give the A’s a 4-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night.

”It looked like we were trying to give it to them a couple of times . so it was a very rewarding win,” Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. ”Lucroy was supposed to get a day off, and he’s the guy who ends up getting the hit.”

Hours after acquiring reliever Jeurys Familia from the New York Mets, the A’s improved to a major league-best 22-7 since June 16 with their third win in five games against their Northern California rivals.

The game between Bay Area foes drew 56,310 fans – the biggest crowd in the majors this season – as the Athletics celebrated their 1989 World Series championship with a pregame reunion that featured former stars such as Rickey Henderson, Dennis Eckersley and Jose Canseco.

Oakland squandered a 3-2 lead in the ninth and wasted a bases-loaded opportunity in the bottom of the inning before winning on Lucroy’s second walk-off hit this season.

Will Smith (0-1) retired the first two A’s batters in the 11th before Chapman and Chad Pinder hit consecutive two-out singles. Lucroy, who entered as a defensive replacement in the 10th, lined a 1-2 pitch into left-center to score Chapman easily.

”It’s fun being on the field for that,” Lucroy said. ”Any time you get that energy from the crowd it really is a special time. I wish we could do that every night here because it’s a lot of fun.”

Chapman finished with three hits and Yusmeiro Petit (5-2) got three outs for the win.

The Giants tied the score in the ninth when Alen Hanson reached on a wild pitch after striking out against All-Star closer Blake Treinen and scored on Hunter Pence’s double that rolled into San Francisco’s bullpen down the right-field line.

Melvin asked for clarification for possible interference after replays showed right fielder Stephen Piscotty running into a chair held by Giants reliever Mark Melancon. After a short review, the call on the field was confirmed.

”It’s always been a little sketchy down there with the chairs being moved and guys sitting outside of that area,” Melvin said. ”I was looking for some sort of interference and the rule is unless it was intentional, you play it.”

Brandon Belt hit his 14th home run for San Francisco.

”What a comeback there in the ninth,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. ”But they found a way to win the game. Two outs with nobody on and they get a couple of ground balls to get through, then they get the big hit.”

Oakland led early after taking advantage of a historically wild night by Giants ace Madison Bumgarner.

The left-hander lasted four innings – his shortest stint in more than three years – and struggled with his command while issuing a career-high six walks. Four came in the fifth inning when Bumgarner failed to record an out, two with the bases loaded.

”I lost the feel in the fifth,” he said. ”Just couldn’t throw strikes.”

It was the first time in his career that Bumgarner walked in two runs and it ended a streak of 89 games in which he had gone five innings or more, which had been the longest active run in the majors.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Giants: San Francisco closer Hunter Strickland (broken hand) played catch before the game. … Ryder Jones, who homered on Friday, was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento.

Athletics: Opening day starter Kendall Graveman had a setback and is seeking a second opinion on his troublesome pitching elbow. … OF Matt Joyce (lumbar strain) will begin baseball-related activities Monday in Arizona.

UP NEXT

Oakland LHP Sean Manaea (9-6, 3.42 ERA) pitches the series finale Sunday and is seeking his fifth consecutive win since the beginning of June. RHP Johnny Cueto (3-1, 2.36), winless in two starts since coming off the disabled list, takes the mound for San Francisco.




GLENDALE, Ariz. — Every NHL team seemingly wanted to face the Arizona Coyotes when the season began. As the schedule winds down http://www.vikingsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-jalyn-holmes-jersey , they are the team no playoff contender is eager to go against.

The Tampa Bay Lightning, who have led the Eastern Conference most of the season, discovered that during a 4-1 loss to Arizona on Monday. The Vegas Golden Knights, who have led the Western Conference much of the season, discovered that during a 3-2 loss to Arizona on Wednesday.

The St. Louis Blues, already a loser to Arizona this season, are hoping they don’t meet the same fate as the Lightning and Golden Knights when they play the suddenly dangerous Coyotes on Saturday night at Gila River Arena, in a game critical to St. Louis’ playoff hopes.

The Blues (43-28-6) had won six in a row until losing at Vegas 4-3 in overtime on Friday night, a loss that gained them a valuable point but dropped them a point behind the Anaheim Ducks for the top Western Conference wild card.

Jonathan Marchessault scored twice for Vegas, including the game-winner only 22 seconds into overtime. The Ducks moved past St. Louis, 93 points to 92, by beating the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 in overtime.

Arizona (27-40-11) stumbled during a 4-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday as Jeff Carter scored three goals. It concluded a road trip in which the Coyotes won three of six, but they’re proving to be a very difficult opponent as the playoff races wrap up.

Certainly, much more so than back in October, November and December, when the Coyotes were winless through 11 games (0-10-1) and they won only nine of their first 41.

“Unfortunately, we came up a little bit short (in Los Angeles), but we’ll take the positives and get ready to go for St. Louis,” said left winger Max Domi, who had a goal and an assist against the Kings. “It was a good test for us and a really good learning experience, too, and we’ll take that and move forward. We’ve got four games left and, hopefully, we can make the most of those.”

The Coyotes are 18-13-6 since midseason, and 15-8-2 in their last 25 games. It’s not exactly a Presidents’ Trophy-level pace Authentic Tracy Walker Jersey , but certainly much better than midseason, when they were threatening to put together one of the NHL’s worst seasons in decades.

“I’m proud of this team,” first-year coach Rick Tocchet said. “We had a good road trip and the guys played hard.”

The Coyotes are getting production from Kevin Connauton, who scored in Los Angeles and has three goals in two games, and rookie center Clayton Keller, who had a 10-game scoring streak stopped against the Kings. He has three goals and seven points in his last five games, and 23 goals and 62 points overall.

The Blues beat the Coyotes 3-2 in a shootout on Nov. 9 but lost to them 5-2 on Jan. 20. They had won eight of nine before Friday, including key wins over the Kings and the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Bruins.

“It was a typical Western Conference game, just heavy sticks, just heavy bodies and two teams just slugging it out,” said right winger Chris Thorburn, who scored his first goal with St. Louis.

Of those six consecutive Blues wins, four came in overtime, including three in a row from March 17-21 against the New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks and Bruins.

Brayden Schenn leads them with 65 points, including 26 goals, while Vladimir Tarasenko has a team-high 31 goals to go with 63 points.

Their late-season surge pushed the Blues from 11th place in the Western Conference on March 16 into a wild-card slot, and they now control their own playoff destiny rather than having to rely on other teams.

“Certainly, the picture’s a little bit clearer right now,” Blues coach Mike Yeo said.

However, playing the Knights and Coyotes on back-to-back nights in the desert is proving to be quite a challenge down the stretch. And the Blues’ schedule isn’t easy, with six games in nine days counting the Vegas game, and three more on the road.

St. Louis is 12-9-2 against the Pacific Division.

“What we do beyond this (is) really going to count,” Yeo said.
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