A’s hit three homers, thump Toronto 10-5 after losing Triggs to injury

By By Susan Slusser TORONTO – For a game in which the A’s lost a starting pitcher early to an injury, Thursday night worked out pretty well.

Oakland’s offense, led by Khris Davis, kept spinning out runs, while the bullpen worked 6 2/3 innings to preserve a 10-5 win over the Blue Jays.

Davis was 4-for-4, reaching base five times and scoring three times, and the A’s also the A’s got their usual helping [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate Sports

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