Athletics Vs. Mariners Final Score: Brett Anderson Dazzles Once Again In 6-1 Win

The Oakland Athletics continued their dominance of the Seattle Mariners on Saturday evening, defeating their rivals by a final score of 6-1.

The A's got on the board first when Josh Reddick scored on a fielding error in the top of the first inning. The Mariners tied things up in the bottom of the second when Trayvon Robinson managed an RBI groundout.

Oakland put together a big four-run fourth inning against Hisashi Iwakuma, scoring on a Stephen Drew single, a home run from George Kottaras and an RBI double from Coco Crisp. Yoenis Cespedes drove in the final Oakland run with a sacrifice fly in the top of the ninth inning.

Brett Anderson was once again lights-out, going six innings and allowing one run on six hits and no walks to improve to 4-0 since coming off the disabled list. The A's will go for the sweep on Sunday.

Stick with this StoryStream for more coverage from the Athletics vs. Mariners series. For all things A's, check out Athletics Nation. For the Mariners perspective, Lookout Landing has you covered.

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