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A's tie MLB mark: HR in 24 straight road games

Piscotty, Olson go deep to give Oakland an MLB-best 67 road-game homers
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CHICAGO -- With Stephen Piscotty's two-run blast in the second inning of Saturday afternoon's 7-6 win over the White Sox, the A's have hit home runs in 24 straight road games to tie a Major League record.

"I've heard guys talk about it," Piscotty said of the record, "but we're more focused on the wins and losses."

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CHICAGO -- With Stephen Piscotty's two-run blast in the second inning of Saturday afternoon's 7-6 win over the White Sox, the A's have hit home runs in 24 straight road games to tie a Major League record.

"I've heard guys talk about it," Piscotty said of the record, "but we're more focused on the wins and losses."

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The Orioles also homered in 24 straight games, from Aug. 3 to Sept. 15, 1996.

Video: OAK@CWS: Olson launches an opposite-field solo homer

Matt Olson added a solo homer in the sixth inning, his 17th of the season. With that big fly, the A's have also hit an MLB-best 67 road homers in 37 road games this season. They have 36 homers in 40 home games this season.

John Jackson is a contributor to MLB.com based in Chicago.

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