Notable

July 26, 1999

Athletics: The team has home runs in 16 consecutive games. In its three-run third, Oakland sent eight men to the plate but had only three official at-bats.

Blue Jays: At nine games over .500 (55-46), Toronto matched its season high. Toronto's 16 wins in July lead the AL. Shawn Green's 23-game hitting streak is the second-longest in team history behind John Olerud's 26-game streak in 1993.

Devil Rays: Second baseman Miguel Cairo aggravated a left hamstring injury and left after four innings.

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