Oakland A's rally to beat White Six 5-3
CHICAGO (AP) — Sonny Gray pitched seven effective innings for Oakland, and Adam Rosales and Matt Joyce hit back-to-back homers in the ninth.
Gray (3-3) picked up his first win since May 24. Rosales and Joyce broke it open with their drives against David Robertson and Chris Beck to start the ninth, and Oakland completed the three-game sweep after getting dominated by Derek Holland.
Oakland grabbed a 3-2 lead in the eighth on RBI singles by Khris Davis and Yonder Alonso against Tommy Kahnle (0-2) and Robertson.
Santiago Casilla gave up a leadoff homer to Melky Cabrera in the ninth but earned his 13th save.
Tigers end 8-game skid, beat Padres 7-5
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Mikie Mahtook drove in three runs, including a tiebreaking two-run single in the ninth inning, and the Tigers snapped an eight-game losing streak.
After Detroit twice erased deficits earlier in the game, Mahtook sent an opposite-field single into right against Brandon Maurer (0-4) that scored Ian Kinsler and Justin Upton.
Bruce Rondon (1-1) pitched a scoreless eighth to earn the victory. Justin Wilson retired the side in the ninth for his sixth save in seven chances.
Bridwell delivers for Angels in 4-2 victory over Red Sox
BOSTON (AP) — Parker Bridwell pitched 6 2/3 innings and the Angels scored three runs after their challenge overturned an inning-ending double play in the second.
Kaleb Cowart drove in two runs for Los Angeles, which won two of three against the Red Sox for its fifth series win in the last six.
Doug Fister (0-1) lost his Red Sox debut, giving up three runs and seven hits in six-plus innings. He was signed by Boston on Friday after being released by the Angels.
Mitch Moreland and Jackie Bradley Jr. homered for the Red Sox, who lost their second straight at Fenway Park after winning 10 of the previous 12.
Bridwell (2-0) gave up two runs and seven hits. Yusmeiro Petit pitched two scoreless innings for his first save.
Sharks issue qualifying offers to three forwards
SAN JOSE (AP) — The San Jose Sharks have issued qualifying offers to forwards Chris Tierney, Marcus Sorensen and Barclay Goodrow and will retain their negotiating rights as restricted free agents.
The Sharks also announced Monday that they did not issue qualifying offers to forward Nikita Jevpalovs, defender Patrick McNally and goalie Mantas Armalis. Those players will become unrestricted free agents.
Tierney had 11 goals and 12 assists in 80 games last season.
Sorensen had one goal and three assists in 19 games.
Goodrow played just three games last season for the Sharks and has four goals and 12 assists in 77 career games.