Oakland A’s Podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Giants having tough time hitting homers at AT&T Park; Gossett pitched game of career for A’s Wed night

August 3, 2017

MLB, Oakland Athletics

San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence (8) and Oakland catcher Ryan Lavarnway (30) in the seventh inning, during a MLB game between the Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California. Valerie Shoaps/CSM (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)

By Jerry Feitelberg

SAN FRANCISCO–It’s been a very entertaining series the Monday night game between the Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants both teams were in it and the A’s got a grand slam from Marcus Semien off Giants pitcher George Kontos and it put the A’s ahead of the Giants 6-3 and the eventually won that game Monday 8-5.

On Tuesday the Giants had five runs in the first it wasn’t much of a contest at the Coliseum it was 10-4. Then on Wednesday night it was the A’s turn to shine and they had Daniel Gossett pitching what can be termed as the best game of his career going seven innings and they just allowed one run in three hits and was dominate.

Gossett had been throwing up a lot of gopher balls earlier in the season he had given up 11 homers in 47 innings of work which isn’t too terrific but again the Giants just can’t hit home runs in AT&T Park. They did hit three on Tuesday at the Coliseum but they couldn’t hit any on Wednesday night.

The A’s will start Kendall Graveman and the Giants will start Ty Blach catch Jerry with the A’s game recap and Morris Phillips with the Giants recap tonight at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

 

 

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