ANAHEIM -- Peter Bourjos took a homer away from Oakland's Landon Powell in the fourth inning, and an umpires' review took one away from him in the seventh.

A three-run homer off Dallas Braden with none out in the seventh was called fair by third-base umpire C.B. Bucknor before being overturned in an umpires' review. It would have been Bourjos' fifth of the season and given the Halos some insurance. They led 3-2 at the time.

Bucknor made the call late, to the protest of several A's players. Replays showed the ball was foul.

Bourjos, a rookie, went on to fly out to right field for the first out, but the Halos added a run a batter later on Howard Kendrick's sacrifice fly to right.

Bourjos made two spectacular plays in the field, the first in the third inning, when his back-handed sliding catch in shallow center robbed Rajai Davis. An inning later, Bourjos leapt and took away a home run from Powell with one out, one on and the game tied at 1. Kevin Kouzmanoff had homered two batters earlier for the A's first run.