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Marshall Paul

CanhaLAA
Oakland Athletics

Less than 24 hours after the Raiders played a NFL preseason game at the Coliseum, the A’s welcomed the Angels for an AL west battle and knocked the balls and walls around in an offensive onslaught, tallying a football score against their foes from Southern California in an 11-5 victory. more »

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Oakland Athletics

The A’s clung to a 1-0 lead after six innings Sunday afternoon when the game turned into a battle of the bullpens, a painful phrase for Athletics fans to hear this season. All too familiarly, Oakland coughed up the lead in the top of the seventh, however the resilient A’s more »

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ButlerLAD
Oakland Athletics

In what started out as a pitcher’s duel turned into a battle of bad bullpens and culminated in the A’s sixth walk-off victory of the season. Coming off of a brutal seven game road trip in which Oakland went 0-7 and did not return home from Baltimore until after 2AM more »

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ValenciaHOU
Oakland Athletics

Danny Valencia has only been a member of the A’s for four games, but he is making quite a first impression, powering the A’s to a walk-off win Sunday afternoon. Valencia put the A’s on the board with a solo home run in the fourth inning, and slapped a bases more »

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LawrieHOU
Oakland Athletics

Who let the dogs out? Perhaps as an unintentional poke at the A’s bullpen, the Coliseum loud speakers played the Baha Men’s not so classic song from ’00 after three different Oakland relievers surrendered three runs in the eighth inning. It was the annual “Bark at the Park” night at more »

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Oakland Athletics

The Athletics welcomed back their stalwart veteran atop the lineup Coco Crisp Monday night, however could not feed off of his presence after falling behind early in what turned out to be yet another home loss. Jesse Chavez continued to fade in his reliability on the mound, allowing three runs in more »

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BrooksCLE
Oakland Athletics

One of the newest members of the A’s helped end his new team’s three-game losing streak in impressive fashion, while also earning his first ML win on Saturday night. Right handed pitcher Aaron Brooks, acquired from Kansas City in the Ben Zobrist trade last Tuesday, allowed just one run over more »

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ButlerMIN
Oakland Athletics

The A’s embarked on an offensive onslaught Sunday afternoon against the Twins, smashing a season-high five home runs en route to a 14-1 victory to take the series. Former Athletics lefty Tommy Milone ran into a buzz saw of a lineup on a warm day, being knocked out of the more »

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Oakland Athletics

Like a dramatic movie that starts off slow and ends with a surprising turn of events, the A’s turned a pitcher’s duel into a roller coaster of late theatrics en route to their second walk-off win of the season Saturday night. Numerous scouts salivating over pitcher Scott Kazmir saw the southpaw take a more »

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beane1
Oakland Athletics

The A’s will be moving soon. No, not to a new ballpark, or from Oakland, but either up in the standings or out of town for some of the players. With the worst record in the American League at (41-50), the only way the A’s could possibly move is up, and more »

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