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coco crisp september 2014
Oakland Athletics

The Oakland A’s will have to make do without outfielder Coco Crisp for at least the first two months of the 2015 season, it was reported Wednesday night by Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. Crisp, 35, was limited to just 17 plate appearances in seven spring training games more »

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Oakland Athletics

Unfortunately for the Oakland Athletics, Coco Crisp’s shift to left hasn’t helped the veteran table-setter stay any healthier. Courtesy of a bum right elbow, which refuses to get better, Crisp is on track to opening the season on the disabled list, according to John Hickey of The Bay Area News Group. more »

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Oakland Athletics

Coco Crisp has endured a painful spring. On Tuesday, the Oakland Athletics’ veteran leadoff man received a cortisone shot in his balky right elbow. “I could tell on his face yesterday when he was taking BP that he wasn’t too happy about it,” said manager Bob Melvin. Crisp was originally more »

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Oakland Athletics

The Oakland Athletics grabbed their first win in a week thanks to a bases-clearing triple from Coco Crisp on Tuesday night at the O.Co Coliseum. With the 6-2 win over the New York Mets, the A’s snapped a five-game losing streak and improve to 74-51 on the season. The club remains more »

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Coco Crisp 21 HRs
Oakland Athletics

In 2013, Coco Crisp has already clubbed more home runs than he ever has in a single season, and the Oakland A’s center fielder has also earned himself quite a bit of cash. The A’s hold a $7.5 million option on Crisp for 2014, which the team would be foolish more »

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Coco Crisp HR 21
Oakland AthleticsUncategorized

On the night Coco Crisp earned the Catfish Hunter Award, the team’s table-setter delivered the decisive table-clearing shot. “That was huge,” Sean Doolittle said of Crisp’s go-ahead two-run home run. “When it looked like they were maybe starting to take some of that momentum there in the eighth. For him more »

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a's 9.15
Oakland Athletics

The Oakland A’s sealed the deal on Sunday, beating the Texas Rangers 5-1 to complete a three-game sweep at the Ballpark in Arlington. The A’s pushed their lead in the West to a commanding 6.5 games in the process. Whereas Friday’s 9-8 win and Saturday’s 1-0 victory were both particularly more »

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Dan Straily
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Dan Straily (8-7, 4.38 ERA) gets the nod as the Oakland A’s (81-60, .574) look to take game three of the series against the Houston Astros, and to build upon their half game lead in the AL West. The second-year pitcher has won each of his last two starts, and more »

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A's 9:3 BP
Oakland Athletics

After taking game one of the series 4-2 and grabbing a share of first-place in the AL West standings, the Oakland A’s send out Bartolo Colon (14-5, 2.94 ERA) for game two of the series with the Texas Rangers. The right-hander makes his second start since returning from the DL, and more »

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Coco Crisp 8.26
Oakland Athletics

In their first game at Comerica Park since 2012’s ALDS Game 2 loss, the Athletics pulled out an 8-6 win over the Tigers on Monday night in the opener of a four-game series. It wasn’t an easy win by any means – A’s pitchers had to make some big pitches more »

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