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A's Beat The Angels 3-2, Ending Series With 2 Wins

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Angels manager Mike Scioscia hasn’t seen Albert Pujols swing like this since the slugger was playing in St. Louis.

It just hasn’t been enough to lift Los Angeles out of its up-and-down funk. 553 more words


Oakland A's Brett Lawrie Sends Flowers To Mom Hit By His Bat At Fenway Park

OAKLAND (CBS/AP) — Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie has sent flowers to the woman who was seriously injured when she was hit in the head… 126 more words


Athletics' Brett Lawrie sends flowers, note to woman struck by bat at Fenway Park

Brett Lawrie hasn’t forgotten about the woman who fell victim to his errant bat last week.

In a game against the Boston Red Sox, the Oakland Athletics third baseman broke his bat on a swing, with the barrel of the bat flying into the seats on the third base side. 113 more words


Brett Lawrie Popped the Question to Dana Long

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I have terrible news to report to Canadian jersey chasers who are hoping to have a shot with Brett Lawrie one day: he’s off the market … for good. 172 more words


Province Sports Radio: Casual Tuesdays on Harry Jerome, Brett Lawrie, Jake Virtanen, the thrilling Tampa Bay Lightning, switch pitchers and more

Prospects and player development are Steve Ewen’s thing.

What about Brett Lawrie, a listener asks? Is he done?

Patrick Johnston joins Steve to talk about the Langley third baseman (Steve says he isn’t), about Jake Virtanen’s chances of being in the Canucks lineup next fall, about the Stanley Cup final and the rise of Victor Hedman, switch pitchers and the Harry Jerome track classic. 25 more words

The White Towel

Sox Sweep A's Behind Monster Rally

photo credit: Michael Irvins, getty images – Source

Game 56 – (25-31) Red Sox 4 – 2 A’s (23-34)

A frightening moment in the second inning caused the game to come to a halt when a fan along the third base line was struck by a broken bat. 570 more words


Bullpen Implodes As Athletics Lose To Red Sox 7-4

BOSTON (AP) – Oakland manager Bob Melvin had no reason to expect his solid relievers to blow a three-run lead.

That’s what Evan Scribner and… 660 more words