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ATHLETICS 1, BLUE JAYS 0 (14): At Oakland, Calif., Damian Miller broke up Dave Bush’s no hit bid in the eighth inning, then won the game with a bases loaded single in the 14th. Bush and Rich Harden allowed one hit apiece through eight innings, but the game stretched on long after a duel of promising right handers ended in a draw. Jermaine Dye led off the 14th with a single off Justin Speier (2 6), Toronto’s sixth pitcher. After a sacrifice bunt and two walks, Miller singled to nearly the same spot as his eighth inning single to left.

YANKEES 4, DEVIL RAYS 2: At St. Petersburg, Fla., Gary Sheffield hit his 397th homer and drove in three runs, leading Jose Contreras and New York over Tampa Bay. Derek Jeter left the game in the eighth with a bruised right wrist after getting hit by a pitch from Victor Zambrano two innings earlier. X rays were negative. Contreras (8 3) allowed two runs and four hits in seven innings to beat Zambrano (9 6) for the second time in 12 days. Mariano Rivera got his AL leading 34th save in 35 chances.

RED SOX 9, MARINERS 7: At Seattle, Manny Ramirez and hit consecutive homers to key Boston’s eight run fourth inning against Seattle. Winning pitcher Derek Lowe (8 9) gave up four runs and nine hits in five innings. Keith Foulke, who pitched two innings the previous night, got three outs for his 15th save in 20 chances. But the Red Sox had to sweat this one out. led off the ninth with MLB Jerseys China
his fourth hit and stole second his career high fourth, tying a Mariners record. Foulke walked Randy Winn to put runners on first and second with no outs, but then struck out Bret Boone, Edgar Martinez and Bucky Jacobsen to end it. Seattle had a season high 18 hits but tied a club record with 16 left on base.

ORIOLES 12, ROYALS 3: At Kansas City, Mo., Karim Garcia began his second stint with Baltimore with two home runs and five RBIs, and the Orioles tied a club record with 11 extra base hits against Kansas City. Garcia, acquired Monday from the for reliever Mike DeJean, was 0 for 16 in eight games for the Orioles in 2000. The Orioles hit five home runs, a season high, and six doubles. Miguel Tejada, Larry Bigbie and Robert Machado also homered, and Bigbie and Machado also had one double each. Baltimore hit four homers and four doubles against Royals starter (2 7). The rookie was tagged for eight runs and nine hits before being lifted with none out in the third.

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