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OAKLAND, Calif. -- Jed Lowrie insisted he calmly asked Houston second baseman Jose Altuve why the Astros were trying to hit him with a pitch in the third inning. Lowrie had tried to bunt in the first with his Oakland Athletics already leading by seven runs, yet said it was because the defence had shifted. Oh, the debates of baseballs unwritten rules. Alberto Callaspo hit a three-run homer and the As went deep four times Friday night to back Sonny Gray in an 11-3 rout of the Astros. In an unusual move, Houston manager Bo Porter left the dugout in the third to yell at Lowrie moments after the No. 2 hitter flied out following two inside pitches. "Nothing happened," Porter said. "The game takes care of itself." Lowrie said the situation dictated that he try to put a bunt down, and the first inning is far too early not to look to add on runs. "Ive seen crazier things happen than a team come back from seven runs. I dont know what the big deal is. If they want to hold a grudge, thats their decision," he said. "I just asked Altuve a question in about this tone and Bo came running out of the dugout yelling at me. I just dont understand why he came out in such a rage. ... I just dont get it. I dont know what it shows, but not a lot of confidence in his own team. Point blank." Josh Reddick and Coco Crisp each added a two-run shot for Oakland. Yoenis Cespedes hit a solo homer in the second inning to follow up his two-run single in the first against Jarred Cosart (1-2). Cespedes single came one batter before Callaspo connected for his second home run of the season. John Jaso drew Cosarts fourth walk of the first inning before Reddick hit his first homer with his own towering drive to right field. That chased Cosart, who retired only one batter before being replaced by Paul Clemens. Gray (3-0) gave up more than one earned run for the first time this season. He allowed RBI singles to Dexter Fowler and George Springer in the fifth along with Chris Carters sacrifice fly before Crisp homered in the bottom half. Oakland won its ninth in 11 games after going 7-2 on the clubs first road trip. The As had their four-game winning streak snapped Wednesday at the Angels, but are the only team in the majors yet to lose back-to-back games. Cosart received a mound visit in the first after consecutive one-out walks to Josh Donaldson and Brandon Moss loaded the bases. After a high pitch near Cespedes head, the Cuban slugger lined a single into centre field. Cosarts quick exit ended a solid stretch in which Astros starters posted a 3.00 ERA over the previous seven games. Grey allowed nine hits, struck out four and walked two in six innings as the As handed Houston its fifth straight loss and sixth in seven games. Springer went 2 for 5 while batting cleanup for the first time, two days after making his major league debut. Porter said he would have preferred to avoid putting the prized prospect in that position in his third game, but the manager wanted to shake up the lineup to get the Astros going. Oaklands eight runs in the first two innings were more than the seven Houston totalled in its previous four. "More than anything for us it was the early runs," As manager Bob Melvin said. "We hadnt been doing that lately." Astros left fielder Alex Presley was a late scratch with flu-like symptoms and was replaced by L.J. Hoes. NOTES: Reddick homered for the first time in 87 at-bats since Sept. 15. It was his fifth hit of the year. "Actually helping the team for once felt really good," he said. ... As LHP Scott Kazmir (2-0) is set to start Saturday after experiencing arm trouble in his last outing. ... Springer got his first stolen base. ... The Astros went 3-7 at the Coliseum last season and 4-15 overall against the As. ... Oakland pitcher A.J. 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Tiger Woods didnt come close to claiming either Thursday in the Farmers Insurance Open, where the seven-time champion failed to break par in the opening round for first time in his career. Brandon Dubinsky Jersey . Maximilian Arnold put Wolfsburg ahead in the eighth minute, when the stationary Fallou Diagne allowed him to guide Patrick Ochs cross beyond the helpless Freiburg goalkeeper, and Ivica Olic doubled the lead three minutes later after Luiz Gustavo did well to set him up.BOSTON - John Lackeys got a big game to pitch. Hes not much for building a rapport with the massive media throng covering the World Series. Hes not going to indulge the narrative. Hes not interested in reflecting on times passed, both good and bad. Lackey, 35, started and won Game 7 of the 2002 World Series for the Angels. That was four days after his 24th birthday. Hes seen this act before, not that hes drawing anything from the memory. "That was a long time ago, man," said Lackey. "I dont think thats going to play much into (tonight.) I think most of those guys in that game arent even playing anymore." Surely he can empathize with his mound opponent, 22-year-old Michael Wacha, whos in a similar position to Lackey circa 2002 and who, like Lackey, seems to pitch as if he has ice water in his veins. "I cant speak to that, I dont know what kind of guy he is," said Lackey. "But personally, I was more excited about it than anything else as far as nerves, that sort of thing." Its something remarkable that Lackey is starting this game. A guy who made his name in Southern California with the Angels, came to Boston and pitched poorly, missed time with serious injury and developed a negative reputation. Two seasons ago, Lackeys second in Boston, he was dreadful. His 6.41 ERA was baseballs worst amongst pitchers with enough innings to qualify. Lackey gave up a major league-high 114 earned runs.ddddddddddddHe hit an inordinately high 19 batters. His control was off. Lackey was pitching with pain in his elbow and when he wasnt, he was devouring beer and chicken with his mound buddies as Boston crumbled to a historic September collapse. Lackey missed all of 2012, having undergone Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery. In his first start of 2013, in Toronto on April 6, in the fifth inning and on his 77th pitch, his right bicep seized. To this observer, at least, the worst-case scenario was envisioned. The way Lackeys arm was hanging, straight down, one wondered if hed blown out his elbow again. Surely, if he had, Lackeys career was over. At his age, it would be tough to come back. Turned out to be just a bicep strain and Lackey was back on the mound 22 days later. He made 29 starts overall and Lackeys 3.52 ERA was the lowest hes posted since he led the American League with a 3.01 mark in 2007. His record of 10 wins against 13 losses was more a reflection of, at times, poor run support or the Red Soxs bullpen blowing late leads. All of thats in the past. Lackeys looking ahead to an opportunity for the Red Sox to clinch a world championship on home turf for the first time since 1918. The man of few words didnt need many to sum up the feeling of what it would be like to celebrate at Fenway Park. "It would be awesome." ' ' '


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