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BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Orioles have confidence that Kevin Gausman eventually will emerge as a top-of-the-rotation starter. http://www.aufreeflyknitsale.com/mens-womens-nike-flyknit-air-max-thea-black-dark-grey-red-running-shoes.html . On Saturday, they saw a glimpse of that ability against Oakland. Gausman earned his first win as a starter while Adam Jones and David Lough each homered, leading the Orioles over the Athletics, 6-3. Called up from Triple-A Norfolk earlier in the day, Gausman (1-1) set career highs by pitching seven innings and striking out six. Gausman, the fourth overall pick in the 2012 draft, gave up one run and four hits and walked one. He had made six previous starts in the majors over two seasons. "Its always huge when you get a win, especially against a team like the As," Gausman said. "Theyre playing great baseball right now. Its been a fun serious to watch so far. Hopefully, we can win the series tomorrow." Jones hit his ninth homer, a solo shot in the first. Lough, who entered the game batting just .184, hit his second homer. Still, Jones said the difference in the game was how Gausman contained Oaklands powerful lineup. "Hes getting the opportunity," Jones said. "This game is all about confidence. Its not about necessarily about stuff. Your stuff will get you here, but your confidence. "Now hes going to get his shot to start. I told him, Hey, go after him. Use your stuff. Youve got a good arm for a reason, so use your stuff and go after them. " Sonny Gray (6-2) allowed a season-high five runs and four hits and four walks in 5 1-3 innings, his shortest outing of the year. "I felt really good there early in the game, then it was like four or five hitters, and the game just kind of blew up on me right there," Gray said. "I just went out and started throwing balls, and I dont know why. I got behind a lot of hitters that inning, and it was just too many balls, then that one big hit." Coco Crisp got three hits for Oakland. He connected in the third for his fourth home run, and extended his hitting streak to a season-high 11 games. It was 1-all before Baltimore scored three times in the fifth to give Gausman a cushion. Lough drew a one-out walk and Caleb Joseph followed with a double, setting up RBI singles by Nick Markakis and Manny Machado. The As threatened in the sixth when Alberto Callaspo and Eric Sogard led off with singles and advanced on a wild pitch. Gausman escaped by striking out Josh Donaldson and Brandon Moss. "Kevin was good, really good," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. "Got his feet on the ground. I thought Caleb and him worked real well together. I wanted Caleb catching him today. He had caught him, obviously, in Norfolk. "Good split, got enough breaking balls over to show a third pitch, established the inner half of the plate. Hes got pretty good stuff. He got in a couple situations and went and got another level, which was good to see." After a walk to J.J. Hardy ended Grays night, former Orioles closer Jim Johnson entered and allowed a two-run homer to Lough on his second pitch that extended Baltimores lead 6-1. Johnson got only two outs, allowing two hits. The As pulled within 6-3 in the eighth when Brian Matusz allowed a walk to Sogard and a double to Crisp. Darren ODay entered and gave up a two-run single to Kyle Blanks. "He pitched pretty well," Oakland manager Bob Melvin said about Gausman. "He hit 99 (miles per hour), and he started mixing it up and pitching a little differently. His two-seamer was significantly different from his four-seamer, in terms of velocity and movement. Then he started throwing his slider for a strike and putting away some splits." NOTES: Orioles RHP Miguel Gonzalez (strained right oblique) will throw a bullpen session Sunday or Monday and then could possibly begin a rehab start later in the week. ... Baltimore optioned LHP Tim Berry to Double-A Bowie to make room for Gausman. ... Oakland has homered in 15 consecutive games, eight games shy of the club record. . ... Oakland LHP Scott Kazmir (6-2, 2.40 ERA) faces Orioles RHP Ubaldo Jimenez (2-6, 4.39) in the series finale. ... Johnson faced his former team for the first time and drew a mixed reaction from the sold-out crowd. Nike Air Max Flyknit 2016 Black . JOHNS, N. http://www.aufreeflyknitsale.com/men-s-nike-air-presto-shoes-black-royal-blue-jade-green.html . Rafael Marquez, Andres Guardado and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez scored in a 10-minute span in the second half, dooming a talented Croatia side to elimination from the group stage.Winnipeg Goldeyes manager Rick Forney believes Wichita Wingnuts outfielder Brent Clevlen is this years American Association MVP and teammate Jake Kahaulelio is a close second. Saturday night in front of 5,839 partisan Goldeyes supporters at Shaw Park, Clevlen homered and doubled and Kahaulelio drove in the winning run, as the Nuts edged the Goldeyes 4-3 to win their seventh straight game and lock up another series on the road. "I really believe Clevlen and Kahaulelio are two of the Top 4 or 5 hitters in the league," Forney said, after his team lost its third straight game on Saturday night. "I think Clevlen is the MVP of our league, but were going to have to find a way to get him out. Right now, our pitchers are having a tough time getting either one of them out. "And yet, for the second straight night, we lost a one-run game to them. Theyre just doing a little bit more than we are." With the loss, the Goldeyes fell to 47-32 on the season, still first in the American Associations North Division. With the win, Wichita improved to 55-23, the best record in the league. The Goldeyes opened the scoring for the second straight game. In the bottom of the fourth, Donnie Webb led off with a single went to third on a single by Tyler Kuhn and scored on a ground out by Casey Haerther. Wichita tied it in the top of the fifth, as former Detroit Tigers outfielder Brent CClevlen hit a long solo homer into the trees in left-centre field. http://www.aufreeflyknitsale.com/men-s-women-s-roshe-one-print-blue-nike-running-shoes.html. The Wingnuts made it 2-1 in the sixth on a solo homer by Ryan Khoury and then Winnipegs Jake Blackwood tied the game at 2-2 with a solo homer leading off the seventh. Wichita put it away in the eighth as Jake Kahaulelio hit a two-run double off Goldeyes starter Ethan Hollingsworth. That ended Hollingsworths night and gave the Nuts a 4-2 lead. The Fish added a run in the bottom of the eighth, as Kuhn singled, went to second on a walk to Haerther and made it to third on a shot to the wall in left field off the bat of Reggie Abercrombie that was caught right against the fence by Wichitas Jake Luce. The next hitter, Josh Mazzola, drove one to the warning track for a sacrifice fly that scored Kuhn. But thats as close as the Fish would get. Wichita reliever Mike Zouzalik (2-0, 3.27 ERA) got credit for the victory, while Hollingsworth (6-1, 3.94 ERA), who pitched a solid 7 2/3 innings and allowed just four runs on seven hits, suffered the hard-luck loss. Fireballing Matt Nevarez, pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to get his league leading 22nd save. The Goldeyes and Wingnuts will meet in the final game of this four-game series on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at Shaw Park. Tim Brown (3-3, 4.04) will get the start for the Wingnuts, while Chris Salamida (5-3, 3.41 ERA) will take to the bump for the Goldeyes. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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