Athletics Vs. Rockies Final Score: 9th Inning Comeback Gives Oakland 10-8 Win

The Colorado Rockies took a one-run lead into the top of the ninth inning against the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night, but a three-run final frame by the A's was enough to secure a 10-8 victory for Oakland. The A's improve to 28-35 with the win. The loss is the sixth straight for Colorado, and drops the team to 24-37.

After Oakland right fielder Collin Cowgill tied the game with a sac fly, third baseman Brandon Inge won it with a go-ahead two RBI double.

Second baseman Marco Scutaro went 4-for-5 with two runs in the loss. Right fielder Michael Cuddyer finished 3-for-4 with two homers, three RBI and three runs .

Seth Smith and Jonny Gomes also each homered in the win for Oakland.

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