OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Sean Manaea matched his career-high by striking out 10 in his second start following shoulder surgery, and the Oakland Athletics beat Detroit 3-1 on Sunday to give the Tigers their first 100-loss season since 2003.

Manaea (1-0) pitched five scoreless innings against the New York Yankees on Sept. 1, his first big league outing since winning at Minnesota on Aug. 24 last year.

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He allowed two hits over seven innings against the Tigers, who didn’t get a hit until Christian Stewart homered leading off the fifth. The 27-year-old left-hander struck out seven of his first 11 batters, including Dawel Lugo to end the first after back-to-back walks by Jeimer Candelario and Ronny Rodríguez.

Manaea worked around a leadoff double in the sixth, then needed just six pitches to work through the seventh. He has a 0.75 ERA after two starts.

Khris Davis had a two-run double for Oakland, which remained one game behind Tampa Bay for the top AL wild card and 1½ games ahead of Cleveland for the second wild card.

At 42-100, Detroit is headed to its poorest record since going 43-119 in 2003, the team record for losses. Baltimore, Miami, Kansas City and Toronto also are on pace to lose 100 games; the big league record of four clubs was set in 2002.

Yusmeiro Petit pitched around a walk in the eighth and Liam Hendriks threw a perfect ninth for his 19th save in 24 chances, completing a two-hitter.

Oakland won six of seven games against Detroit this season.

Semien doubled and scored on Mark Canha’s groundout in the first, and Davis stopped an 0-for-19 slide in the fourth with a double off Drew VerHagenth.

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Detroit starter Daniel Norris (3-12) was removed after three innings for his sixth straight start, part of the Tigers’ plan to limit his workload.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Tigers: Jordy Mercer (right wrist) went 0 for 3 after missing two games.

Athletics: Ramón Laureano was given a planned day off. Laureano came out of Saturday’s game with cramps in his right leg, one day after coming off the injured list.

UP NEXT

Tigers: RHP Edwin Jackson (3-9, 9.16 ERA) enters Tuesday’s game against the New York Yankees needing two strikeouts to reach 1,500. Jackson has lost his last four starts.

Athletics: RHP Mike Fiers (14-3, 3.51) has won a career-high 12 straight decisions heading into Monday’s start against AL West-leading Houston. That’s one shy of the Oakland record set by Hall of Famer Catfish Hunter in 1973.

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