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appearances – 17 starts – in 2010-11.ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. —Jonny Gomes came
through against his former team, hitting a go-ahead homer in the 12th inning
that sent the Oakland Athletics to a 4-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on
Saturday night. Gomes, who spent six seasons with Tampa Bay from 2003-08, hit
his fifth home run of the season off reliever Joel Peralta (0-1) to stop the
Rays six-game winning streak. Carlos Pena, Ben Zobrist and Elliot Johnson all
homered as Tampa Bay rallied to bail out Jeremy Hellickson after an ineffective
start. But the Rays fell to 13-2 at home and failed in their bid to become the
first major league team to reach 20 wins this season. The As worked long at-bats
to run up Hellicksons pitch count and chase last years AL Rookie of the Year
after 3 2-3 innings. Hellickson threw 52 pitches through two innings and
finished with 102 in the shortest outing of his young career. He gave up three
runs, two earned, on five hits and three walks. Josh Reddick also homered for
the As. Brian Fuentes (2-0) worked two scoreless innings and Grant Balfour,
another former Ray, got three outs for his seventh save in nine chances. Tampa
Bay had a chance to win in the 11th when Sean Rodriguez reached third with one
out after a leadoff double that dropped between three players in shallow right
field. Johnson, however, struck out when he fouled off a suicide squeeze attempt
with two strikes and Desmond Jennings flied out. Johnson homered in the third,
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Bartolo Colon had held left-handed batters to a .198 average coming in, but he
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hit his fifth homer in the first and Cliff Pennington scored in the third after
reaching on an error by second baseman Ben Zobrist. Kila Kaaihue drove in
Pennington with a single, and Reddick added an RBI single in the fourth. Rays
relievers J.P. Howell, Jake McGee, Burke Badenhop and Fernando Rodney picked up
the slack for Hellickson. Brandon Gomes worked himself out of a bases-loaded jam
in the 10th. NOTES: It was Maddons 1,000th game as Tampa Bays manager. He is
514-486 in seven seasons. The club had just 518 wins prior to his arrival. ...
Maddon became the fourth manager with at least 1,000 games with his current
team. He joined Mike Scioscia (1,972) of the Angels, Minnesotas Ron Gardenhire
(1,647) and Philadelphias Charlie Manuel (1,162). Detroits Jim Leyland will join
the group Sunday. ... Balfour has 17 career saves, tying him with Graeme Lloyd
for most by an Australian-born pitcher. ... Will Rhymes made his third start at
third base, the most of any Rays player since Evan Longoria was placed on the
disabled list Tuesday. ... Pena snapped a 0-for-12 slump with an infield single
in the first. ... The loss snapped a streak of six consecutive wins on Cinco De
Mayo for the Rays. ... The announced attendance was 23,890. ... Oakland leadoff
batter Jemile Weeks went 0 for 6. ’ ’ ’ 

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