OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Trevor Cahill struck out 10 in six innings, Khris Davis and Matt Chapman both homered for the second consecutive game and the Oakland Athletics beat the Detroit Tigers 6-0 on Sunday to complete a season sweep.

Matt Olson also homered and Ramon Laureano added three hits and an RBI to help the streaking A's win their sixth straight.

Oakland won all seven games against Detroit this season and has a franchise-record 12 consecutive victories over the Tigers.

The A's blanked the Tigers on Friday night and allowed only an unearned run Saturday. It's the first time in Oakland history that the team did not give up an earned run in a series of three or more games.

Cahill (4-2) was masterful in one of his most dominant outings this season. The right-hander walked one and yielded three hits while pitching through traffic much of the afternoon.

Cahill retired Jim Aducci on a swinging strikeout with the bases loaded to end the first, got James McCann to line out with a runner at second in the fourth and then struck out Jeimer Candelario looking to end the sixth.

It's the first time Cahill has won three consecutive starts since 2012. He improved to 3-0 with a 0.99 ERA in seven starts at the Coliseum this season.

Yusmeiro Petit, Lou Trivino and Ryan Buchter finished the five-hitter.

Davis provided all the offense Cahill needed with his 31st home run leading off the fourth against Tigers starter Francisco Liriano (3-6). It was his 10th in 16 games since the All-Star break.

Chapman hit his 15th home run, a two-run shot off Daniel Stumpf, in the seventh.

Olson homered in the eighth, his 22nd.

Mike Gerber had two hits for Detroit.

TRAINER'S ROOM

Athletics: Chad Pinder (car accident) is expected to return Tuesday when Oakland begins a three-game series against the Dodgers. Pinder hit off a machine in the batting cage and has already been doing fielding work.

UP NEXT

Tigers: LHP Matthew Boyd (6-9, 4.22 ERA) faces the Angels for the second time this season Monday in Anaheim. Boyd pitched five scoreless innings to beat Los Angeles on May 28.

Athletics: LHP Sean Manaea (10-7, 3.38) will make his seventh interleague start Tuesday against the Dodgers, tying him for second-most in major league history for one season.