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The Tigers pounce on the A's again.

by Jerry Feitelberg

The Tigers beat the A’s again Thursday afternoon in Detroit by a score of 7-3. The A’s were hoping to get a win so that they would return home with a record of 6-4 on the ten-game road trip. 431 more words

Anthony Gose Doubles, Homers To Lead Tigers Over A's 7-3

DETROIT (CBS/AP) — Anibal Sanchez think he is getting closer to finding the mechanics that deserted him last year,.

The 2013 ERA champion had a 4.99 ERA last season and was at 7.00 through four starts this year. 714 more words


Manaea Call-Up and the Future Implications

By: Chris Williams

The Oakland Athletics have called up their top prospect and consensus top pitching prospect, Sean Manaea, from AAA to start tomorrow’s game.  He will pitch his first MLB game against the Houston Astros at home in the pitcher-friendly confines of O.co Coliseum.  373 more words


The Oakland A's Call Up Top Pitching Prospect Sean Manaea

Jen Rainwater (Featured BBBA Writer/Owner – bbstmlb.com) 

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The Oakland Athletics had a choice to make. They had options for who would be their fifth starter this week and it’s not the more obvious of choices. 111 more words


The Tigers use the long ball to beat the A's.

by Jerry Feitelberg

AP photo: Detroit Tigers designated hitter Vic Martinez goes yard for a three run shot in the Detroit half of the sixth against the Oakland A’s on Wednesday night at CoAmerica… 336 more words


Detroit Tigers Claim 9-4 Victory Over Oakland Athletics

DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Tigers claimed a 9-4 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night.

Brad Ausmus shook up the lineup and Detroit responded with its highest-scoring game of the season. 469 more words


Verlander, Power Hitters Lift Tigers Over A's 9-4

NOAH TRISTER, AP Baseball Writer

DETROIT (AP) — Brad Ausmus shook up the lineup and Detroit responded with its highest-scoring game of the season.

Just a coincidence, perhaps, but the Tigers and their manager will take it. 666 more words