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More Asian Comings and Goings

In terms of players moving between MLB and the Asian majors, the biggest news since my last post on the subject is that slugging 1Bman… 617 more words

San Francisco Giants

I Probably Would Have Gone with Bregman or Semien

If I had an American League MVP vote, I probably would have gone with Alex Bregman on the theory that he was more “valuable.”  It’s hard to argue that… 155 more words

Los Angeles Dodgers

A's snatch 3-2 victory from the jaws of defeat

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By Jerry Feitelberg

Mamma Mia! What a game! The A’s snapped a two-game losing streak when Matt Chapman hit a two-run homer in the top of the ninth to defeat the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 at Angel Stadium on Wednesday night. 591 more words

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A's fall to Angels 3-2 as race for Wild Card spots tightens up

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By Jerry Feitelberg

The A’s fell to the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Tuesday night at Angel Stadium. The A’s needed the win to keep the Tampa Bay Rays and Cleveland Indians from closing in on a playoff berth. 508 more words

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Puk gets first MLB win, A's defeat Angels 10-6

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By Lewis Rubman

Los Angeles (AL): 6 | 11 | 0
Oakland: 10 | 10 | 0

OAKLAND — Once again, it was youth versus experience when the Angels sent 21 year old rookie José Suárez (2-5, 6.71 ERA), their number one pitching prospect according to Baseball America, to follow opener Luke Bard (1-2, 5.09 ERA) at just under 20, no grey beard himself, in this afternoon’s game. 1,344 more words

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A's fire 4-0 shutout vs. Angels

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By Lewis Rubman

Los Angeles (AL): 0 | 5 | 0

Oakland: 4 | 5 | 1

OAKLAND — It was an example of generational conflict when the Los Angeles Angels sent Patrick Sandoval to the mound tonight to do battle against the Oakland Athletics and Tanner Roark. 875 more words

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A's edge the Angels 7-5; Fiers wasn't dominate but Oakland is in the win column

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By Lewis Rubman

Los Angeles (AL): 5 | 8 | 2

Oakland: 7 | 6 | 0

The A’s recent 4-3 whirlwind trip to Kansas City and New York was successful, but only if you define success as the avoidance of a major disaster. 1,595 more words

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