#1 Baltimore last week.Rangers: RHP Lucas Harrell (3-2, 4.20 AL/ von mary123 20.06.2019 10:34

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Ross Detwiler felt his command deserting him when he allowed the hit that ended Texas 24-inning scoreless streak.The Oakland left-hander wasnt around much longer after giving up Adrian Beltres grand slam an inning later.Beltres decisive fifth-inning homer came three batters after Detwiler hit Shin-Soo Choo with a pitch that broke the leadoff hitters left forearm in the Texas Rangers 5-2 victory over the Athletics on Monday night.I was fighting myself the inning before that, said Detwiler, who was a teammate of Beltre and Choo when he opened 2015 in the Texas rotation. I really lost command of the fastball, curveball. I was getting in bad counts and thats what ended up hurting me quite a bit.The AL West-leading Rangers -- the first AL team to 70 wins -- were an out shy of 25 straight scoreless innings when Elvis Andrus lined a single to right in the fourth.Coming off eight shutout innings in a 1-0 win over Baltimore in his first big league start this season, Detwiler (1-1) held the Rangers scoreless for three innings but didnt make it out of the fifth. He gave up seven hits and five runs in 4 2/3 innings.Following the pitch from Detwiler that hit Choo, Ian Desmond and Carlos Beltran singled to set up the 10th career slam for Beltre, who hit his 432nd home to break a tie with Cal Ripken on the career list.We have not seen him make pitches like that up to the point, Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. I dont know if that rattled him a little bit. From the time he got here up until that point he was making pitches. For three or four batters he didnt.Beltres 100th home run at Globe Life Park, which went about a dozen rows above the 14-foot wall in left field, backed seven solid innings from Martin Perez (8-8), who won for the first time since late June.Ryon Healy led off the second with his sixth homer to give Oakland a 2-0 lead.The news on Choo, who is headed to the disabled list for the fourth time this season and might be out for the season, dampened a win that followed consecutive shutout losses at home to Detroit.Hes such a key part of this ballclub, this organization, manager Jeff Banister said of his right fielder, who started this game as the designated hitter. You feel terrible for him personally and obviously its a gut punch but one that were going to be challenged with.Choo checked his swing as the ball hit an area near his left wrist, and he immediately dropped to one knee. He left after spending several minutes talking to an athletic trainer and was replaced by Nomar Mazara.The 34-year-old Choo has been limited to 45 games by calf and hamstring strains and lower back inflammation. Team spokesman John Blake said the injury was similar to one sustained in April by catcher Robinson Chirinos, who missed two months.Somebody you played with last year, somebody thats your friend, you hate for that pitch to get away from you, said Detwiler, who opened 2015 in the Texas rotation but was let go after starting 0-5. Its not a good sign when you get pulled out of the game.Matt Bush struck out two in a perfect eighth, and Sam Dyson got another double play in the ninth for his 27th save.DETWILERS NIGHTThe leftys first seven appearances in the majors this season were out of the Cleveland bullpen in April before he was demoted. He was traded in July and made four starts in the minors -- all wins. Detwiler fell to 0-4 in eight career appearances at Texas, including four starts.UP NEXTAthletics: RHP Andrew Triggs (0-1, 5.50 ERA) is in his eighth stint with Oakland this season. He has two starts among his first 20 appearances, including a 9-6 loss to Baltimore last week.Rangers: RHP Lucas Harrell (3-2, 4.20 AL/NL) is scheduled for his fourth start with Texas while facing the prospect of being replaced in the rotation by Derek Holland, who is eligible to return from the 60-day disabled list Saturday following a bout with left shoulder inflammation. CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Laura Cornelius made six 3-pointers and scored a career-high 22 points, Keyona Hayes had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 21 Miami beat Texas Tech 74-56 on Sunday to win the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament.It was the 17th time in program history a player has hit six 3s in a game. She was 6 of 10 from distance and missed her only 3-point attempt in the fourth quarter.Texas Tech went on a 14-0 run spanning halftime for a 32-31 lead. But Miami had a 50-43 lead after three quarter and Adrienne Motleys 3-pointer started a 10-2 run for a 66-49 lead.ddddddddddddMotley finished with 10 points and Erykah Davenport had eight points and eight rebounds for Miami (5-1). Hayes had her second double-double in three games and the 11th of her career.Arella Guirantes led Texas Tech (3-2) with 14 points. Jada Terry added 11 points and six boards. ' ' '

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