Athletics Vs. Dodgers Final Score: Tom Milone Leads Oakland To 4-1 Win

On Wednesday night, the Oakland Athletics picked up another interleague series win. With a 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second game of a three-game series, the A's officially captured the series.

The Dodgers struck first, as Juan Uribe hit an RBI double in the top of the second inning to bring home Juan Rivera. The A's tied things up in the bottom of the fourth, as Seth Smith hit an RBI double of his own.

In the bottom of the fifth, the A's loaded the bases with nobody out against Dodgers starter Nathan Eovaldi. Josh Reddick grounded into a double play that nonetheless go the go-ahead run home, then Yoenis Cespedes dunked a single into left field to make it 3-1 Oakland.

Brandon Moss stayed hot, hitting his seventh home run of the year in the bottom of the eighth for a big insurance run.

A's starter Tom Milone was fantastic, giving up one run on three hits and one walk in the complete game victory. Milone now improves to 7-5 on the year. Thanks to strong pitching, Oakland will get a chance to go to for the clean sweep on Thursday.

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