There will be plenty of drama for the Oakland Athletics as they head down the home stretch in the pennant race. Probably not the kind of drama that unfolded Wednesday night against the Minnesota Twins, though.
Jed Lowrie's foul ball that turned into a two-run double after umpires changed the call highlighted a 10-run fourth inning as Oakland pounded Minnesota 18-3.
Every Oakland starter had at least one hit, one run and one RBI as the A's recorded a season-high 22 hits and extended their lead over Texas in the American League West to three games.
Lowrie, Coco Crisp and Stephen Vogt also homered. Yoenis Cespedes had three RBI to help the A's score their most runs in a game since beating Boston 20-2 on Aug. 31, 2012.
''Once we got rolling there, we never stopped,'' Josh Donaldson said.
Lowrie's foul ball turned two-run double helped keep the A's rolling in the fourth.
With runners on second and third and three runs already in, Lowrie lined a ball down the line that first-base um...