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Montas’ Near Complete Game Still A Feat, A’s Continue Dominance Over Tigers 7-2

May 17, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics By Matthew Harrington Frankie Montas came one out away from pitching his first career complete game, finishing the night with 10 strikes on four hits with two earned runs to give the Oakland A’s (21-25) its 14th consecutive win against the Detroit Tigers 7-2 at Comerica Park Friday. Mark Canha and Chad […]

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Chapman’s First Walk-Off Homer Gives A’s 4-3 Win Over Tribe

May 10, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics By Matthew Harrington OAKLAND–The Oakland Athletics walked off 4-3 against the Cleveland Indians, thanks to Matt Chapman’s first career walk-off home run in the bottom of the 12th inning at the Coliseum on Friday night. The game was back-and-forth with both the A’s and Indians trading leads. Joakim Soria (1-2, 4.66 ERA) […]

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Phegley Plates 8, A’s Sink Pirates 14-1

May 3, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics By Matthew Harrington The Oakland Athletics boast one of the most fearsome hitters in Khris Davis, so it’d be no surprise to see an nine RBI game for an A’s player. What is surprising is that it was journeyman catcher Josh Phegley, who did it Friday night at PNC Park in a […]

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Vlad Jr. Debuts, Jays Walk Off Over A’s 4-2

April 26, 2019

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Photo credit: @Cut4 By Matthew Harrington All eyes were on the A’s Friday night as they took on the Toronto Blue Jays. No, it wasn’t because of the man leading the galaxy in homers, Khris Davis, but instead on a Jays player with a Hall-of-Fame pedigree. Vlad Guerrero Jr., baseball’s top prospect, made his debut […]

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Stroman Stymies A’s, Jays top Oakland 5-1

April 20, 2019

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sfgate.com photo: Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman works against the Oakland Athletics in the first inning of a baseball game Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum¬† By Matt Harrington OAKLAND — The proof hadn’t quite been in the pudding for Marcus Stroman this season, but that changed after Friday night. The Blue Jays beat […]

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Sharks Avoid Elimination, Beat Knights 5-2 to Force Game 6

April 18, 2019

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Photo credit: @SanJoseSharks By Jerry Feitelberg The San Jose Sharks staved off elimination Thursday night, beating the Vegas Golden Knights 5-2 in Game 5 of the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs to put the series at a 3-2 advantage for Vegas. Martin Jones had arguably his best game of the series after being […]

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Fiers Stays Cold, Davis Stays Hot, A’s Rally Past Rangers 8-6

April 13, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics By Matt Harrington Mike Fiers isn’t having a great start to his 2019 season, but that’s fine because Khris Davis certainly is. Fiers went only five innings in Arlington Friday night, surrendering 6 runs to the Texas Rangers but the A’s rallied back to win 8-6 capped by Davis’ MLB-leading 10th homer […]

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McHugh Hold’s A’s to 3 Hits, Astros Beat Oakland 3-2

April 5, 2019

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Photo credit: @astros By Matt Harrington The Oakland A’s fell to the Houston Astros 3-2 on the road Friday in a pitcher’s duel between Frankie Montas and Collin McHugh. Carlos Correa hit his first longball of the season and Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve knocked in runs for the 2017 World Champions. Ramon Laureano knocked […]

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A’s Pen Blows Lead, Halos Rally in Eighth to Beat Oakland 6-2

March 29, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics By Matthew Harrington The strength of the 2018 Oakland A’s was a weakness Friday night at the Oakland Coliseum, with the A’s bullpen blowing a two-run lead after seven innings. Joakim Soria surrendered four runs in the eighth to pick up the loss in a 6-2 defeat at the hands of the […]

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Hawks Jump On Sharks Earlier, Hand San Jose Seventh Straight Loss 5-4

March 28, 2019

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Photo credit: @SanJoseSharks By Jerry Feitelberg For a portion of their game Thursday night, the San Jose Sharks looked on their way to losing for a seventh straight time, a lackluster effort yet again highlighted by poor goaltending, scoring droughts and poorly executed hockey. Then, a 3-0 deficit was trimmed and turned into a 4-4 […]

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