Olsen and Kana make a comeback in the A6-2 victory over the Mariners

Olsen and Kana make a comeback in the A6-2 victory over the Mariners
Oakland, California (AP) - With six homer in his last nine matches, Mark Kanha is trying to make his best mark of his Oakland team-mate, Chris Davis. This will be important in the coming weeks, while Davis continues to recover from the left hip injury.

In the fourth innings, in the continuation of home runs consistently with Matt Olson, Kanha went deeper for the third game and A defeated Seattle Mariners 6-2 on Friday for their seventh straight win.

In 2018, Davis, who ran the Mazars' house, was placed in a disabled 10-day disabled list with a left hip before the game.

"If you are looking for a replacement for Chris, then he is a man," said Kanha's manager Bob Melvin. "It feels good on the plate, it's getting a good change, looking at some pitches, some walking, really good."

Stephen Piscotti also hit a home run and single twice, with 22 runs to pursue his game, which is the longest active streak in the majors. Ramon Lawrence added two hits.

After starter Daniel Megden equals his personal record with five moves, four batsmen have been retained to win the fourth of the five pitchers used by Lu Trivino, A.

Oakland, which was a game suspended on Sunday in Detroit, suspended in the seventh innings due to the weather, defeated Mariners for the first time this season, twice after losing to Tokyo twice and twice in Seattle.

"We are currently setting a high," Kanha said. "When that happens, you have to ride the wave, and we are doing a good job on it."

A combined to do seven walk pitch, but only a free pass was expensive. Mariners left the loaded bases thrice and left a total of 15 runners.

Scottish Mariner Scott Serves said, "We did what we wanted to do against Mengden, but we did not get great success." Game name "

Domingo Santana had three hits and an RBI for Seattle, which lost four consecutive in four and seven out of eight.

Olson struck his fifth homer in the fourth with two outsiders, from three runs to the right midfield. Kanha pursued two pitches later with his eighth homer. Kanha has hit home runs for three consecutive matches in his career.

"I think you can say that it is on time," Kanha said. "It's good that it's like filling your shoes, Chris Davis is trying to be, this is my best version, it always helps when a good line reaches."

Both the domestic wards were against Wade LeBlanc (2-2), who gave four runs and five hits in five innings.

"They raised some mistakes and they did not come back," said LeBlanc. "I have to make a better pitch, two mistakes left the yard."

A. In the seventh innings of Seattle's Receiver error receiver Omar Narvaj, A made an unbeaten run. Piscotty hit a home-run against Connor Sedezek at the eighth position.

Mengden allowed one run and five hits. He made 99 pitch in four innings


Retrieved A's Outfit from Triple-A Las Vegas, Sky Bolt

Coaching room

Sailor: After examining him in the eighth of the team's coach, the Sadakake was removed for unknown reasons. ... 3B Kyle Seiger is scheduled to exit the 60-day passive list and is expected to start on Saturday. Caesar performed surgery to repair a tendon in his left hand, who was injured during drilling for a ball in spring training.

Athletics: Davis was injured while chasing a foul ball in Pittsburgh on 5 May, when he ran in the guardrail near the left ground in PNC Park and since then is outside and inside the lineup.

Next lesson

Mariners LHP UC Kikuchi (3-1, 3.43 ERA) will face Oakland for the third time this season at the third stadium. Kikuchi first pitch against A in Tokyo and Seattle, every time a decision was made. RHP Mike Fierce (3-3, 5.05) pitch for Oakland and earns two wins in 10 in his career against Mariner.

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