OAKLAND -- Tommy Milone was undefeated at the Oakland Coliseum. The Yankees entered today's game having won their last eight in Oakland. It's a classic tale of unstoppable force vs. immovable object. In this case the unstoppable force was victorious, as the Yankees won 2-0. They have won 13 of their last 14 games in Oakland.Starting Pitching ReportThe immovable object -- Tommy Milone's biggest mistake came on an Andruw Jones homer that led off the second inning. It gave the Yankees an early 1-0 lead. That would end up being all the Yankees needed.It certainly could have been worse. Milone threw 60 pitches through the third inning. During that stretch he pitched out of a bases loaded jam, and managed to strand six baserunners. Mark Teixeira had no trouble hitting A's pitchers this weekend. He knocked Milone out of the game with a seventh inning RBI double. That hit gave the Yankees a 2-0 lead, and was the eighth RBI for Teixeira in the series. Milone finished the day with 6.2 innings pitched. He scattered eight hits, and allowed two earned runs. He walked two and struck out three.At the PlateThe A's failed to get it going again offensively. It's almost as if they know reinforcements are on the way, and they are waiting patiently to start hitting when the big bats return. Brandon Inge is expected to be activated on Monday, Yoenis Cespedes is likely to begin a rehabilitation stint with Sacramento, and Manny Ramirez is eligible to join the team on Wednesday.How else can you explain the way Hiroki Kuroda dominated A's hitters? Kuroda shut out the A's for eight innings, allowing just four hits. A bizarre moment occurred in the fifth inning after Seth Smith led off with a single. Kila Ka'aihue grounded out to first baseman Mark Teixeira, who stepped on the bag for one out and threw to shortstop Derek Jeter. The Yankee captain applied an easy tag on Smith, who didn't even slide or try to avoid the tag. Smith would have been the first A's baserunner to get to second base. Instead, that distinction went to Coco Crisp in the seventh inning, when he broke his 0-for-19 stretch with a single, then stole his 28th straight base. The last A's player to steal 28-straight bases without being thrown out was Stan Javier in 1995. Moments later Crisp broke that record stealing third base. Bullpen ReportThe bullpen continues to be a strength for the A's. Ryan Cook retired one batter to end the sixth inning. His scoreless innings streak is now at a much more writer-friendly 23 straight innings.Grant Balfour pitched a clean eighth, and Brian Fuentes worked a scoreless ninth inning.In the FieldIn the first inning with runners on first and second and one out, Alex Rodriguez singled to right. Josh Reddick fielded the ball and came up firing to the plate, but Jeter elected not to challenge Reddick's arm and stayed at third base. The league is starting to take notice as Reddick is tied for the MLB lead with five outfield assists.Up NextTravis Blackley will be starting for the A's against the Twins in Minnesota. Perhaps more eyes will be on the Sacramento River Cats, where both Yoenis Cespedes and Manny Ramirez could be in the lineup.