1. Jesse Hahn Exits Early Due to Blister

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  2. Reddick's Three-Run Homer

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  3. Hahn Exits After Fielding Comebacker vs. KC

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  4. Ventura Tossed After Plunking Lawrie with Pitch

    Yordano Ventura ejected after hitting Brett Lawrie in the fourth. Yohan Pino on to pitch in the fourth. 5-0 Oakland ...

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  5. Brett Lawrie: Slide That Hurt Escobar Wasn't Intentional

    Brett Lawrie became the target of wrath for Royals fans for his hard slide that took out Alcides Escobar on Friday night and forced Kansas City's shortstop from the game...

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  6. Instant Replay: A's Fall in Heated Game with Royals

    The stakes weren't as high as they were last fall, but the A's and Royals ratcheted up the drama once again Friday night at Kauffman Stadium...

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  7. Royals Beat Athletics 6-4 in Rematch of AL Wild-Card Game

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  8. Butler Stoked About Going Back to Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY -- While many of the A's have bad memories of the last time they played at Kauffman Stadium, for Oakland 's designated hitter Billy Butler, it will be a homecoming...

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  9. A's Return to Site of Wild Card Heartbreak to Face Royals

    KANSAS CITY -- This weekend's series at Kauffman Stadium will tug at Billy Butler's heart, as the former Royal enjoys a reunion with fans he played before for eight seasons...

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  10. Offseason in Review: Oakland Athletics

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  11. San Jose Takes Battle over A's to U.S. Supreme Court

    The city of San Jose was expected to petition the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to consider its antitrust lawsuit against Major League Baseball...

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  12. Butler Sets Oakland Franchise Record in Houston

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  13. A's Offense Stalls Against McHugh, Astros

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  14. Ex-A's Player Jed Lowrie Helps Astros Top Oakland

    HOUSTON — A former teammate helped prevent the A's from sweeping the Astros on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park...

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  15. Why Signing Cody Ross Was a Smart Move for the Oakland Athletics

    Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane spent the offseason tinkering with his roster , and didn't stop once Opening Day rolled around...

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  16. Instant Replay: A's Blank Astros, Graveman Gets First MLB Win

    HOUSTON – Kendall Graveman didn't always make it easy on himself Tuesday, but there's no arguing with the results...

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  17. Oakland Shuts out Astros 4-0

    HOUSTON -- Rookie Kendall Graveman pitched into the sixth inning and four relievers completed the shutout to give the Oakland Athletics a 4-0 win over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night...

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  18. The Oakland Athletics Should Bat Ben Zobrist Second

    The Oakland Athletics inconsistent offense has had many moving parts, as expected, but there is one change that I'd like to see that hasn't been implemented yet...

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  19. Kazmir, Vogt Suffer Minor Injuries in A's Win

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  20. A's Beane Finds 2015 'Moneyball' Version in Canha

    Remember how Athletics general manager Billy Beane became obsessed with Nick Swisher before the famed “Moneyball” draft? Mark Canha was the 2014 version of Swisher...

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  21. Athletics Silencing Offseason Critics with New Lineup Additions Clicking Early

    The critics came out in droves. They slammed Billy Beane for dismantling a playoff team during the last offseason, and they questioned his commitment to keeping a winning team ...

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  22. Butler Powers A's over Astros 8-1

    HOUSTON -- Scott Kazmir once again needed to pause midgame to be checked out by the A's medics, but in the end he ran his record to 2-0 with a dominating performance over Houston in an 8-1 Oakland win Monday...

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  23. A's Crush It at Plate, Beat Astros 8-1

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  24. Butler's 3-Run Homer Helps A's Beat Astros 8-1

    HOUSTON -- Billy Butler hit a three-run homer and Marcus Semien and Brett Lawrie connected to back a solid start by Scott Kazmir and give the Oakland Athletics a 8-1 win over the Houston Astros on Monday night...

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  25. Video: Butler's 3-Run Shot out of Minute Maid Park

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