Miguel Cabrera is getting on track, which could be bad news for the A’s. As he did in the first inning, Cabrera doubled into the left-center gap — but this time, Prince Fielder followed with a single, putting runners on the corners with just one out. Then, Delmon Young tied the game with a grounder to first, as Brandon Moss chose to get the sure out at first instead of trying to get Cabrera racing home.
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