1. Astros' Jose Altuve Breaks Craig Biggio's Franchise Single-Season Hits Record

    In collecting hits No. 210 and 211 of the season Tuesday night against the Cleveland Indians , Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros broke Craig Biggio's franchise single-season hits record set back in 1998, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  2. Beltre Makes History with Single vs. A's

    Adrian Beltre's hit in the first was No. 2591 of his career, passing Vladimir Guerrero for most ever by a native of the Dominican Republic. .....

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  3. Grizzlies getting Astros' Triple-A affiliation

    The Fresno Grizzlies will affiliate with the Houston Astros beginning in 2015, a source at Fresno City Hall told The Bee on Thursday morning...

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  4. Reddick (Ankle) Resting and out Tonight vs. Rangers

    #A's 9/18 Lineup 1. Crisp 2. Fuld 3. Donaldson 4. Dunn 5. Moss 6. Lowrie 7. Norris 8. Callaspo 9...

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  5. GM Jon Daniels: Manager Interviews Probably Won't Occur Until After Season

    Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said the Texas Rangers probably won't begin the formal interview process for managerial candidates until.....

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  6. A's Sign PDA with Triple-A Nashville Sounds

    T The A's announced in a release this morning that the club has signed a player development agreement with the Triple-A Nashville Sounds, after the end of an affiliation with the Sacramento River Cats that dated back to 1999...

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  7. A's Sign 4-Yr Player Development Contract with Triple-A Nashville

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  8. C.J. Wilson Gives Angels Reason to Celebrate Along with Clinching AL West Crown

    The Los Angeles Angels need this to be a corner turned. C.J. Wilson gave the Angels the kind of dominant performance Wednesday night they believed they were buying before the 2012 season when they signed the lefty to a five-year, $77...

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  9. Pujols: 'We're Working to Hold the Trophy at the End'

    Pujols: "It's pretty awesome. It's a great feeling. It's a better feeling when you hold the trophy at the end...

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  10. Angels Clinch 2014 AL West Title: Highlights, Twitter Reaction to Celebration

    The Los Angeles Angels became the second American League team to clinch a division, winning the West on Wednesday night...

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  11. Oberholtzer's Stellar Outing Overshadowed by Carrasco's Gem

    Although he was overshadowed by Indians righthander Carlos Carrasco, lefthander Brett Oberholtzer kept the Astros ' close with arguably his most impressive start of the season Wednesday night...

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  12. Angels Top M's 5-0, Win AL West Title with A's Loss

    C.J. Wilson pitched seven dominant innings of one-hit ball, C.J. Cron hit a three-run homer and the Los Angeles Angels moved to the brink of the AL West title with a 5-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday night...

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  13. Why Freese Is the Angels' X-Factor

    I would say David Freese has had a roller coaster career, but it's been far too short to really qualify. This may come as a surprise to some, but Freese is only in his fifth full season as a major leaguer...

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  14. A's Notes: Vogt Progessing, Gentry's Status in Limbo

    OAKLAND – Stephen Vogt stepped into the batter's box Tuesday afternoon and watched a pitch from Drew Pomeranz go whizzing by.....

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  15. They Got Beaned! How the A's Flunked Moneyball

    Except when it's not. On July 31, the Oakland Athletics had baseball's best record (66-41) and by far its most explosive offensive lineup. The A's led the big leagues in runs scored (535) and run differential (+162), the latter by an astounding margin..

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  16. Mariners Remove Elias with Mild Elbow Strain

    Rookie left-hander Roenis Elias was removed in the fourth inning of Tuesday's 13-2 victory over the Angels due to a slight strain in his left elbow and will undergo an MRI on Wednesday, according to manager Lloyd McClendon...

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  17. Oakland A's 2014 Minor League Awards

    As the Oakland A's big league team fights for its postseason life, the organization's minor league squads did well this year. The Sacramento River Cats (Triple-A) came within one win of returning to playoffs...

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  18. Mariners Rout Angels, Gain Ground in Playoff Race

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Mike Zunino's two-run double keyed a four-run fifth inning and the Seattle Mariners climbed within a game of the second AL wild-card spot by routing the Los Angeles Angels 13-2 on Tuesday night...

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  19. Smolinski, Rangers Rock the Kazmir

    Adam Rosales was batting third tonight. The Rangers won anyway, 6-3. That's all you really need to know, but by all means, proceed if you're a sadist. .....

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  20. Kazmir, Sloppy Athletics Lose 6-3 to Rangers

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- Scott Kazmir allowed a two-run homer to Jake Smolinski, and shortstop Jed Lowrie made an error that led to a pair of unearned runs as the Oakland Athletics lost 6-3 to the last-place Texas Rangers on Tuesday night...

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  21. Rangers Beat Worst (Playoff Contending) Team in Baseball

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  22. Poor Night in Field Undoes A's in Loss to Rangers

    After getting their act together in Seattle the over the weekend, the A's were off Monday and then promptly fell apart on Tuesday. .....

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  23. Indians 4, Astros 2: The Shortest Man Stands Tall

    The loss notwithstanding, Jose Altuve put the cherry on top of the ice cream sundae of a season that he's had. .....

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  24. Altuve Sets Astros' Hit Record

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  25. A's Jason Hammel to miss start, Drew Pomeranz to fill in

    Jason Hammel will leave for the birth of his second child after Thursday's game and will miss his next start, The Chronicle has learned, so left-hander Drew Pomeranz will start on Saturday against the Phillies ...

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