PHOENIX -- Common wisdom had it that if Jed Lowrie had a big spring, he was the one guy on the Oakland roster who could keep Hiroyuki Nakajima from being the A's opening-day shortstop. It turns out, that's not entirely accurate. Lowrie, who didn't play Sunday in the A's 12-6 win over the Chicago Cubs, is having a good spring (.333, three doubles, two homers), to be sure. That performance could be good enough to make him the everyday second baseman from among a crowded field...
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