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A’s continue post-break roll with win in Texas

A’s starting pitcher Sean Manaea throws during the first inning of Wednesday’s game against the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas..
A’s starting pitcher Sean Manaea throws during the first inning of Wednesday’s game against the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas.. The Associated Press

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.

The box score

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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