A’s held to two hits in 3-2 loss to Rays, winning streaks end

By By Susan Slusser Monday, rookie Daniel Gossett was mostly solid against Tampa Bay but he gave up two homers and Oakland’s offense consisted of just one home run in a 3-2 loss to the Rays, ending a five-game home winning streak.

Jake Odorizzi scored his first-ever win in five career starts against Oakland; he’s allowed only two earned runs in 21 career innings at the Coliseum.

In the third, Gossett walked Smith with one out and he moved to second on a wild pitch, then Corey Dickerson hit a shot that Gossett got a piece of before it deflected toward short.

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Source: SF Gate Sports

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