to Chairez, Casey Crandall and Erick Morentin.
Doupe scored the game's only run.
In other games:
White Sox 9, Rangers 8
The Rangers staged a furious rally, coming back from an 8-1 deficit in
the sixth inning, forced extra innings, and lost in the eighth inning.
Chris Kindness doubled among two hits, Justin Thompson, Jimmy Miller
and Anthony Vidal each had two hits and Sean King doubled to power the
White Sox on offense.
Nick Soresi, Tyler Goodman and Sam Casucci each had two hits for the
A's 5, Diamondbacks 2
The A's stretched their win streak to 13 games as Cody Moran had a
two-RBI single, Drew Duffy and Danny Watt each doubled and Alex Barnes
recorded a complete game victory as he allowed three hits and struck out
Diamondback hits came from Clayton Prestridge, Tanner Phillips and
Devin Huskins, and Dalton Heikka had an RBI.
White Sox 7, Diamondbacks 6
The first of two extra inning victories for the White Sox during the
week saw Justin Thompson triple among two hits, Chris Kindness and
Anthony Vidal each double and Michael Bogard score three runs, including
the game-winning run in the ninth inning. Clayton Prestridge doubled and
singled and Dalton Heikka had two hits for the D-backs.
A's 14, Rangers 1
The A's pounded out 15 hits in this one-sided win. Race Parmenter and
Paul McBeth each homered and doubled to account for five of the 14 runs,
Drew Duffy tripled, Robert McKinley doubled and Cody Moran, Danny Watt
and Chas Boule each had two hits. Parmenter also pitched a scoreless
three innings. For the Rangers, Weston Stephens doubled and Trevor Briggs
scored their only run.
Mets 7, Angels 1
Lucky No. 7 worked for the Mets, who scored their seven runs on seven
hits, led by Dave Folger with a single and two RBI, and singles by Fred
Thomas, Ricky Marin, Tim Higgins, Nick Mazzone, Josh Reisinger and Shawn
Stiffler, who also pitched a solid game by allowing one run on two hits,
singles to the Angels' Erick Morentin and Johnny Olive.