1. Lowrie (Thumb) Starting 1st Game Since Spril

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  2. Ben Zobrist and What Could Have Been for the Oakland A's

    For years, Ben Zobrist seemed like he belonged on the Oakland A's. His greatness came in ways that were often not fully appreciated and he has still never earned even $8 million in a single season, making him the ultimate undervalued player...

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  3. A's Would Keep Playing at Coliseum If They Build New Stadium at Same Site

    If the Oakland Athletics construct a new baseball-only stadium at the current Coliseum site, they would continue playing in the Coliseum until the new facility is completed, A's managing partner Lew Wolff informed CSN California...

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  4. MLB.com 2015 Prospect Watch for A's

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  5. Switch-pitcher Pat Venditte near return to A's

    LOS ANGELES -- A's switch-pitcher Pat Venditte could soon return from the disabled list, barring any setbacks during scheduled back-to-back outings for Triple-A Nashville this weekend...

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  6. 10 Things You Might Not Know About Cole Hamels

    Here are 10 things you might not know about Cole Hamels. The Texas Rangers agreed to a deal to acquire Hamels from the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  7. Dodgers Rally in 7th for Dramatic 10-7 Win over Oakland

    Pinch-hitter Kike Hernandez delivered the go-ahead, two-run double during the Dodgers ' five-run seventh inning, and Los Angeles rallied from a three-run deficit for a wild 10-7 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night...

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  8. Instant Replay: A's bullpen crumbles in loss to Dodgers

    For all the recent change on the A's roster, fans were treated to a familiar turn of events Wednesday at Dodger Stadium...

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  9. A's Bullpen Blows It Big-Time vs. Dodgers

    The A's weren't even close to the main news at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday. Los Angeles was involved in trade rumors and then apparently actual acquisitions all day long, and early ...

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  10. Astros Activate Jed Lowrie, Designate Pitcher Roberto Hernandez for Assignment

    Soon after they regained the lead in the American League West, another intriguing competition developed inside the Astros ' clubhouse Wednesday night after manager A.J. Hinch announced that Jed Lowrie will be activated from the disabled list...

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  11. Wednesday's Big Game Latest Sign Singleton Feeling 'No Pressure'

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  12. Los Angeles Angels Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz Ahead of the Deadline

    We are in the midst of the final few days before the MLB non-waiver trade deadline hits July 31. Lots of clubs still find themselves stuck in between being buyers and sellers, clogging up the market in the process...

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  13. Video: Jose Altuve Makes Tremendous Play at Second Base

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  14. Richards Struggles, Pujols Not Enough in Loss to Stros

    Rookie Lance McCullers pitched seven solid innings and Preston Tucker and Jon Singleton both homered to help the Houston Astros to a 6-3 win over the Angels on Wednesday night to regain first place in the American League West...

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  15. Trout-Less Angels Come Up Short vs. Astros

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  16. McCullers Excels as Astros Reclaim First Place

    Lance McCullers, Jr. pitched 7 innings of one run baseball, struck out five Angels and didn't walk any. He lacked truly dominant stuff but was still very sharp, stranding every runner ...

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  17. Pujols Slugs Historic Homer in Loss to Astros

    Angels slugger Albert Pujols joined the legendary Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Mike Schmidt, Barry Bonds and Alex Rodriguez as the only players in major league history with at least 30 home runs in 13 seasons...

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  18. Lewis, Texas Stop Yankees After Early Deficit

    Colby Lewis spotted the New York Yankees a 2-0 lead in the second but them down over the next four innings as the Texas Rangers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-2 win Wednesday night at Globe Life Park...

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  19. Grant: Why Rangers Had 2016 in Mind with Acquisition of Cole Hamels

    For the better part of the trading deadline period, Rangers general manager Jon Daniels has maintained that he wouldn't fit any traditional labels but would look to help the team both in the short and long term...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 16 hours ago 16 reads 0 comments

  20. Astros Regain Lead in AL-West with Win over Angels

    HOUSTON -- Rookie Lance McCullers pitched seven solid innings and Preston Tucker and Jon Singleton both homered to help the Houston Astros to a 6-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night to regain first place in the American League West...

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  21. Instant Analysis: Why Cole Hamels Makes Perfect Sense for Rangers

    The Rangers agreed to a multi-player deal with Philadelphia that will bring left-handed ace Hamels, Jake Diekman and cash relief in exchange for a package of mostly prospects...

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  22. Felix Gets Shelled as M's Fall to D-Backs

    Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon, eyes glowing, saw it this way: “We got our butts kicked in this series.”.....

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  23. Angels Sign Wesley Wright to Minor League Deal

    The Angels have signed left-hander Wesley Wright to a minor league contract, according to a tweet from Wright's representatives at Reynolds Sports Management. The veteran reliever will report to Triple-A Salt Lake for the time being...

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  24. Rangers DFA Wandy Among 4 Roster Moves

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  25. Mariners' Cano out of Lineup Wednesday with Abdominal Strain

    The Seattle Mariners will be without Robinson Cano as they look to avoid a three game sweep at the hands of the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday...

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