1. A's Beat Angels as Sonny Gray Improves to 3-0

    Sonny Gray had put his history of tough first innings behind him before Tuesday, when he gave up two runs, but the A's starter slammed the door right there in guiding the A's to a 6-2 win over the Angels ...

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  2. Springer's Two-Run Homer

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  3. Sonny Gray Strikes out 6 to Pitch Athletics Past Angels

    Sonny Gray struck out six and walked one over eight impressive innings, Brett Lawrie hit a three-run homer in the first that held up, and the Oakland Athletics snapped a season-high ...

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  4. Texas Rangers Mitch Moreland to Miss at Least Two Weeks; Kyle Blanks Added

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  5. Rapid Reaction: Seattle Mariners 2, Texas Rangers 1

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Scoring runs continued to be a challenge for the Rangers in a 2-1 loss to the Seattle Mariners before 23,714 Tuesday night at Globe Life Park...

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  6. Mariners Notebook: Nelson Cruz Shows Far Greater Production When He Isn't...

    ARLINGTON, TEXAS — Seattle Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz, who leads the majors in home runs and RBIs, has long contended he hits and plays better when he's not the designated hitter...

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  7. Reddick's Solo Shot

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  8. Mariners Matter-of-Fact in 2-1 Victory over Texas

    ARLINGTON, Texas — The Mariners will have the chance to something on Wednesday that they've failed to do on three separate occasions this season — win a third consecutive game...

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  9. Lawrie's Three-Run Blast

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  10. Scioscia Disappointed with Hamilton's Comments

    Angels manager Mike Scioscia, like owner Arte Moreno, wanted more “accountability” from Josh Hamilton...

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  11. Texas Rangers IF Mitch Moreland Once Again Dealing with Loose Body in Elbow

    ARLINGTON – Rangers first baseman Mitch Moreland woke up on Tuesday with his left elbow once again tight and swollen, likely the result of a “loose body” lodging in a delicate space in the joint...

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  12. A's Not Panicking Despite Frustrating Slump

    OAKLAND -- The A's have dropped four straight and five of the last six, and they're four games under .500 for the first time since July 1, 2012. The frustration is mounting, but they're not panicking...

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  13. Lowrie Placed on DL; Villar Called Up

    The Astros placed shortstop Jed Lowrie on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a still yet-to-be-diagnosed injury to his right thumb...

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  14. Report: Astors Place Lowrie on DL

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  15. Local News | The News Tribune

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  16. M's in AL West Basement After First Three Weeks of 2015

    ell, it sure didn't take long for the wind to fall our of their sails — the Seattle Mariners are straining to gain any buoyancy as they flounder under a 7-11 record three weeks into the 2015 season...

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  17. Hamilton Calls First Rangers Workout in Arizona 'Beginning of Something Good'

    SURPRISE, Ariz. — Josh Hamilton woke up at 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday in the Arlington area. Less than nine hours later, he was working out on a back diamond at the Texas Rangers ' spring-training complex...

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  18. Lefty Snodgress Eager for Fresh Start in Angels Organization

    SALT LAKE CITY — The skies were sunny, as they should be on the opening homestands of baseball seasons, and Scott Snodgress sat alone in the first base dugout as workers on the field ushered away the last remnants of batting practice...

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  19. First Contact: The A's New Offensive Philosophy

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  20. Doolittle's Absence Results in Ripple Effect for A's Bullpen

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  21. A's Catcher Stephen Vogt Making Most of First Full-Time Chance

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  22. Phillies Option Former All-Star Brown to AAA

    Domonic Brown has been down in Triple-A Lehigh Valley on an injury rehab assignment. He has hit poorly on his assignment, but was eligible to come off the assignment today. Brown told reporters that he expected to be back in Philly when he did...

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  23. GM Jon Daniels Discusses Josh Hamilton Trade

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  24. Without Best Fastball, Walker Deals Best Start

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  25. Mike Trout's New Aggressive Approach Is Making Baseball's Best Even Better

    There's a new Mike Trout roaming the baseball landscape early in 2015. And so far, he looks suspiciously like the old Mike Trout, who most everyone knew and loved as the game's best player...

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