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Seddon thrives in first pro season

In the last month of the Midwest League season, Joel Seddon didn’t allow an earned run.

The 2011 St. Clair graduate had a strong finish to what was a very strong first professional season for the Beloit Snappers, and has earned himself a trip to the Oakland Athletics fall instructional league in Arizona, which begins in the middle of September. 333 more words


John Hickey: 'Dunn Could Come Back Next Year'

It was a four-game series that could determine the AL West winner – and, in all likelihood, it did. The Los Angeles Angels swept the Oakland Athletics in four games this past weekend, winning by a combined 18-4. 609 more words


Short Sports: Dunn Homers, J.J. Watt Gets Paid, Carr To Start For Raiders

Dunn Homers In 1st At-Bat As A’s Top Mariners
While trying to harness the excitement of his first playoff drive, Adam Dunn will seek to keep providing some much-needed offense for the Oakland Athletics and help cut their sizable deficit in the AL West. 114 more words


Giants win in May but lose in September

It makes sense that the Giants would win a game in May NOW. In May, they were on fire and couldn’t be stopped. They were running away with the NL West. 263 more words

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Dunn homers in 1st at-bat as A's top Mariners

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Adam Dunn is in a pennant race at last, and what an impression he made on his new team as the September stretch run began. 784 more words


Dunn's "Storybook" Debut, Hammel's Gem Help A's Top Mariners 6-1

By Matthew Harrington

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Oakland Athletics put a nightmare series against the Los Angeles Angels behind them Monday afternoon, topping the Seattle Mariners 6-1 at O.Co Coliseum in a Labor Day matinee. 904 more words

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Can the A's win the Division?

by Jerry Feitelberg

The A’s beat the Seattle Mariners today at the Oakland Coliseum. It’s really something to see a shift in attitude and play in just one day. 333 more words

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