1. A's Pitchers Have No Answer in 13-0 Loss

    MINNEAPOLIS — Just a month removed from arthroscopic elbow surgery, Coco Crisp returned to lead things off for the A's on Wednesday, usually a very good thing for the team...

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  2. Kazmir, Bullpen Pummeled by Twins

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  3. Crisp Will Be Eased Back Slowly, Won't Play Any CF

    The A's took the road less travelled Wednesday in bringing left fielder Coco Crisp back off the disabled list, activating him for the first time this season after elbow surgery and putting him in the lineup, leading off and in left field...

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  4. A's Doolittle (Shoulder) to Face Live Hitters Friday

    A shoulder strain has confined closer Sean Doolittle to the role of spectator early in a season in which his mates down in the Oakland Athletics ' bullpen have overwhelmingly struggled...

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  5. Oakland at Minnesota

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  6. A's LF Crisp Batting Leadoff vs Twins

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  7. Oakland A's Win Against Minnesota Twins Comes as Big Relief

    Starter Jesse Chavez followed the script and got deep into Tuesday's start against the Twins , and closer Tyler Clippard rewrote the script by getting Oakland 's final five outs of a 2-1 win over Minnesota Tuesday night...

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  8. Chavez Shines in Oakland's 2-1 Victory over Twins

    Jesse Chavez struck out seven and allowed one unearned run in 7 1/3 innings and the Oakland Athletics snapped Minnesota's five-game winning streak with a 2-1 victory over the Twins on Tuesday night...

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  9. Should We Believe in Stephen Vogt? | FanGraphs Baseball

    You'll hear it every time he steps to the plate in Oakland , a slow, building chant. If Stephen Vogt lets the at-bat go long enough, or the moment is big enough, it can be deafening: “I believe in Stephen Vogt...

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  10. MRI Shows No Structural Damage in O'Flaherty's Shoulder

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  11. Video: Vogt's 1st Career Grand Slam

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  12. 8 Biggest Takeaways from the First Month of the Oakland A's Season

    After one month of baseball, we've learned quite a bit about the 2015 Oakland Athletics , haven't we? The area many thought would be a strength is a weakness. The one many questioned is a strength...

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  13. Oakland A's Josh Reddick Named Co-Player of Week

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  14. Athletics Release Cody Ross

    The Athletics have released outfielder Cody Ross, according to MLB .com's transactions page. Ross had been designated for assignment on Saturday...

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  15. Vogt, Unusually Wild Gray Carry A's Past Rangers 7-1

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Stephen Vogt homered twice, Sonny Gray took a shutout into the seventh inning while mixing 10 strikeouts with a career-high seven walks, and the Oakland A's beat the Texas Rangers 7-1 Sunday...

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  16. Oakland A's Seek Relief, Call Up Chad Smith, Demote Ryan Cook

    ARLINGTON, Texas - Looking for help for their beleaguered bullpen, pummeled much of the season, the A's called up reliever Chad Smith on Sunday and demoted right-hander Ryan Cook...

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  17. A's Send Ryan Cook Back to Triple-A

    The A's have recalled right-handed pitcher Chad Smith from Triple-A Nashville and optioned right-handed pitcher Ryan Cook to Nashville...

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  18. Rangers 8, A's 7: Bullpen Blows It Again as Slumping Shin-Soo Choo Helps...

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- The A's lengthy run of brutal bullpen work stung Oakland again when the seriously slumping Shin-Soo Choo tied the game in the seventh inning and set up an 8-7 Texas win in the 10th inning...

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  19. Instant Replay: A's Blow Lead, Lose to Rangers in 10 Innings

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  20. Alvarez Impressed with Burns' Offensive Work as They Join A's

    R.J. Alvarez found his stay at Triple-A Nashville to be little more than a stopover, but Billy Burns found it a proving ground...

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  21. Billy Burns Leading off Tonight vs. Rangers

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  22. Athletics Claim Alex Hassan, Designate Cody Ross

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  23. A's DFA Ross; Recall Burns, Alvarez

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  24. Instant Replay: A's Score 7 in 8th, Beat Rangers 7-5

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  25. Canha Leads 7-Run 8th Inning for A's in 7-5 Win over Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Mark Canha started and ended Oakland's seven-run rally in the eighth inning, and the Athletics beat the Texas Rangers 7-5 on Friday night...

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