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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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WalkoffMIN
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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AsAs
Oakland Athletics

For an exponential amount of years, Oakland Athletics fans and West Coast baseball enthusiasts have believed in an all-too-conceivable fallacy known as the “East Coast bias,” where players and games played in the Pacific Standard time zone were perceived as secondary to the media in coverage and accolades. While the majority of more »

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MelvinSEA
Oakland Athletics

The A’s offense sputtered Sunday afternoon, continually failing to capitalize in key scoring situations as they fell to division rival Seattle. Oakland could have swapped positions in the cellar of the AL west with a win, but instead dropped back to nine games under .500 in the low scoring pitcher’s more »

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The A’s bounced back from a demoralizing three game skid in a powerful manner Monday night, smashing a season high tying three home runs to throttle the Rockies in the opener of their interleague series at the Coliseum. Josh Reddick and Ike Davis each hit towering two-run home runs into more »

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VogtKC
Oakland Athletics

The A’s couldn’t protect an early lead Sunday afternoon, as the all too familiar faulty defense and shaky relief pitching deemed costly late in the game with the Royals winning in Oakland for the third consecutive day. After winning a season high five games in a row, the A’s were more »

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KazKC
Oakland Athletics

The A’s celebrated the 1965 Kansas City Athletics on throwback day at the Coliseum by wearing the old school uniforms and having the celebratory first pitches thrown out by Blue Moon Odom and Bert Campaneris, however they ran out of time to the new occupants of Kansas City losing for more »

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GravemanSD
Oakland Athletics

After erupting for 16 runs the previous night, the Oakland offense came out looking nocturnal Thursday afternoon for the matinee of the Padres series, failing to carry over the hot hitting as their 4-game winning streak was snapped. Kendall Graveman turned in another quality start, striking out six Padres on the more »

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BurnsSD
Oakland Athletics

The A’s were firing on all cylinders at O.co Wednesday night, putting together a masterful performance in all aspects of the game while completely dismantling the Padres. In what could be best described as two-and-a-half hour highlight reel, every A’s batter recorded at least one base hit while Oakland set new more »

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