Sogard trying to lay down the bunt there, but the ball kicks foul. It's a 0-1 count on the A's pinch hitter.
Sierra and Gose almost collide in the outfield yet again. Gose comes in front of Sierra to make the catch over in right territory.
Back to the top of the A's order with two down, Jemile Weeks with a runner on base and a 1-0 count.
Jemile Weeks drops one down into left field, goes opposite field and pokes it towards Rajai Davis for a single.
Now the winning run for the A's is in scoring position, two men out. Coco Crisp will pinch hit here for Michael Taylor as well.
@Al Your guess is as good as mine!
Kottaras is the winning run at second base, nothing matters after that. 1-0 count on Coco Crisp.
Crisp fouls that last pitch back to the screen, puts the count even at 1-1.
Jesse Chavez misses low and inside with the fastball, 2-1 to Crisp - the hero in last night's walk-off victory for the A's.
Chavez tries to paint the black with the fastball on the corner, but just barely misses. 3-1 on Coco Crisp.
94 MPH heater by Jesse Chavez and Crisp swings right through it to put the count full at 3-2. Payoff pitch on the way, runners on first and second, 2 out.
Jesse Chavez misses on the pitch right at the knees of Crisp, and walks the bases loaded now. The winning run just 90 feet away at third base, and Josh Reddick coming to the plate.
Josh Reddick looking to lay down the bunt on the 0-1 count, and now he's in the hole 0-2 and will be swinging to protect the plate, likely. 0-2 count.
Chavez gets that call at the knees, a strikeout looking for Chavez as he strands the bases loaded. He somehow dodges about a thousand bullets, and we head into the 11th inning!
The heart of the Blue Jays order due up in the 11th: Encarnacion, Cooper and Davis.
@Al Oh, he probably will ... sadly.
Encarnacion, Cooper and Davis all have a hit today - Cooper's of course was that game-tying home run in the top of the 9th inning. And a run hasn't been scored by either side since.
@Al Yeah, David Cooper hitting cleanup - you know something's wrong when that happens.
Eddie Encarnacion kicks off the 11th with a grounder that gets through the infield into left field. Starts off with a single.
Cooper is in the hole 0-2.
David Cooper with a hotshot right to third base, Brandon Inge picks it out of the air and snags the liner. They can't double up EE at first base, so just the one out.
Edwin Encarnacion picks up second base successfully, as Rajai Davis was showing bunt but bulls the bat back.
Kottaras was too busy trying to block the ball to make a throw, so Edwin is in safely to second base and now in scoring position. It's also a 3-1 count to Rajai Davis.
Blevin puts another man on base, Rajai Davis draws the one out walk.
Jeff Mathis getting in his second plate appearance of the game, he pinch hit last time around for Yan Gomes. Jeff Mathis pinch hitter- how often do you hear that phrase, folks?
Blevins misses with the last breaking ball down and away, 1-2 count on Mathis.
After jumping out ahead 0-2, Blevins now with a full count on the Jays catcher Jeff Mathis.
And the Blue Jays put on the small ball play, as they turn the double steal. Ball is thrown by Kottaras into left field, and that allows Encarnacion to score.
Now Sierra picks up an RBI double, that will bring in Rajai Davis and the Blue Jays add another run to their lead. It's 3-1 Toronto.
Scoring note: George Kottaras charged with the error on the throw to third base. It was way ahead of Encarnacion, but the throw was offline and went into the outfield.
Anthony Gose hits a ball to the right side, and Jemile Weeks stabs at it and keeps the ball on the infield. They throw to home, get Moises Sierra at the plate to end the inning.
An ugly end to the inning there by the Blue Jays; Sierra was writhing in pain, as he has been thrown out at the plate for the second time today. He'll stay in the game.
Pitching change for the Blue Jays: the lefty veteran Darren Oliver in now from Toronto's bullpen.
Brandon Moss with a full count at 3-2.
Moss stings one to deep centre field - Anthony Gose ranges back and camps under it, makes the catch - one away.
Left fielder Johnny Gomes at the dish facing Darren Oliver. He's 0 for 3 lifetime.
Darren Oliver goes with the breaking ball, it dives down towards the plate and Gomes strikes out swinging. Two down for the A's, as their hopes rest on the shoulders of Brandon Inge.
And that's the ballgame! Brandon Inge flies out to left field, and that will end it. The Blue Jays win this one 3-1.
Toronto puts a snap to their 6-game losing streak on the back of a strong pitching performance by Ricky Romero, a game-tying home run by David Cooper, and some aggressive baserunning in the 11th.
So the A's and the Blue Jays will go at it again tomorrow in the series finale. The A's have taken the first two game of the series, so the Blue Jays at best are looking for a series split.
@Strikelin Good question! I'm just looking to see who gets credited with the W, L and save.
Incredibly, Jesse Chavez is awarded the win in this one. Darren Oliver with his second save of the season, and Jerry Blevins charged with the loss for the A's.
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