Athletics 9, Rays 5: Brandon Inge had a home run and four RBIs to help Oakland rally from a four-run deficit and beat Tampa Bay for the second day in a row, sending the Rays to their first series loss at home this season.
The Athletics (15-14) moved above .500 for the first time since May 18, 2011.
The Rays had a 10-game home winning streak before losing the last two games of the three-game series at Tropicana Field. Tampa Bay had lost only one previous home game this season.
Tampa Bay struck for four runs in the first against left-hander Tommy Milone as Jeff Keppinger and Sean Rodriguez each drove in a run before Matt Joyce added a two-run single. But Rays starter Matt Moore (1-2) wasn't able to preserve the lead.
The A's scored five times in the third, with Inge's three-run homer capping the rally. They added three in the fifth, including two on Daric Barton's double that chased Moore. The left-hander allowed eight runs on seven hits in 4 2/3 innings.
Milone (4-2) recovered after the rocky first inning to earn the win. He allowed five runs on five hits over five innings.
GAME NOTEBOOK: The Rays had won five consecutive series since dropping three of four at Boston from April 13-16. … Tampa Bay was denied an opportunity to become the first team to 20 wins for the second day in a row. … Former Rays OF Jonny Gomes had a pair of RBI doubles for Oakland. Gomes hit the game-winning home run in Saturday's game. … Oakland relievers combined for 11 scoreless innings Saturday and Sunday.