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MILWAUKEE–  On Monday night, the Oakland A’s made their first -ever visit to Miller Park and defeated the Brewers, 10-2.  Each player in Oakland’s lineup had at least one hit, including starting pitcher Tommy Milone, who had two.  Remember, that Milone normally doesn’t even bat, since he plays for an American League team.

The only runs of the night for the home team came on a two-run homer by Rickie Weeks, who also had another near homer.  Earlier in the day, the Brewers called up second baseman Scooter Gennett, who bats left-handed and will share time with Weeks.

Marco Estrada was the losing pitcher and also left the game in the fifth inning with a left hamstring injury.

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