A's down Twins
Brett Anderson threw seven sharp innings and Cliff Pennington had three hits with an RBI as the Oakland Athletics won for the fifth time in six games, beating the Minnesota Twins 4-2 on Saturday.
The A's won as +119 underdogs, while the final score played UNDER the day's posted total of 8.5.
Anderson retired 18 of 24 batters, including the final eight he faced, and didn't allow a walk for the fourth time this season to win his second-consecutive start.
Twins rookie Jeff Manship lasted four innings in his third-career start, charged with four runs off three hits and three walks.