A statistical look at the A’s 6-4 win over the host Rangers on Wednesday:
0: Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish is winless in his last nine starts against the A’s.
0: Walks allowed by A’s starting pitcher Sean Manaea in his last 26 2/3 innings, a span of four games and 108 batters.
1: Home runs allowed by Rangers reliever Matt Bush in 31 games before Coco Crisp launched a two-run shot off the right-hander in the eighth inning.
1-8: Darvish’s career record in 11 career starts against Oakland. The lone victory came on May 16, 2012.
2: Home runs by Oakland’s Khris Davis, giving him 25 on the season.
2: Number of home runs Davis needs to match last season’s career-best 27.
3: Times in his last four starts that Manaea has pitched into the seventh inning.
4: Consecutive series won by the A’s for the first time since May 2014.
4: Games in which the A’s have homered three times in 13 post-All-Star break contests.
6-0-1: The A’s record in their last seven series.
9: Strikeouts recorded by Manaea.
9-4: Oakland’s record since the All-Star break.
10: Career multi-homer games by Davis, who has four this season.
11: Games the A’s trail the first-place Rangers by in the American League West.
13: Consecutive days the A’s have played since the All-Star break; they are off Thursday before opening a three-game series in Cleveland against the Indians on Friday night.
19: Home runs by the A’s in 13 games since the All-Star break.
20: Home runs by Texas’ Ian Desmond.
22: Saves by A’s closer Ryan Madson in 28 attempts.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg