The Athletics produced 22 hits in winning for the fourth time in five games, a streak that has propelled them to a three-game lead over Texas in the American League West. Those teams will open a three-game series on Friday.
Oakland already had a 3-1 lead heading into the fourth, but they turned the game into a rout in that inning by sending 13 men to the plate.
Vogt singled in the first run of the frame as the third batter and the next time he came up he hit a two-run homer to finish the scoring. Jed Lowrie and Yoenis Cespedes both contributed a two-run double in the inning.
Eight Athletics had at least two hits each and Lowrie drove in four runs overall, two of them with a fifth-inning home run.
Sonny Gray (3-3) picked up the easy win, giving up two runs on four hits in five innings with seven strikeouts.
The first seven Oakland runs were allowed by Mike Pelfrey (5-12), who lasted just three frames.
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