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Streak Snappers: Montas, Chapman lead A’s past Astros

April 18, 2019

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By Morris Phillips Whatever the A’s had cooked up for Wednesday’s series finale against the Astros, they knew this, it had to be good. It may have been better than that. The A’s avoided a fifth, consecutive loss to baseball’s hottest team by being near perfect: stopping the Astros’ red hot offense dead in its […]

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Oakland A’s Thursday day off report: A’s place RHP Estrada on IL, recall Bassitt from Vegas

April 18, 2019

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mercurynews.com file photo: Oakland A’s pitcher Marco Estrada (42) has been placed on the 10 day disabled list and the A’s have called up Chris Bassitt from Triple A Las Vegas Aviators. By Daniel Dullum Sports Radio Service Thursday, April 18, 2019 At the conclusion of Oakland’s two-game series with AL West rival Houston, the […]

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Oakland A’s Feature: Home and Away

April 17, 2019

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Photo credit: Sports Graphic Number of Bungeishunjū Ltd. By Lewis Rubman SRS Contributor March 17, 2019 OAKLAND — MLB is a game of ambivalence, paradox, constant decision making, and frequent boredom, interspersed with excitement, tension, and brief flashes of indescribable beauty, in which young men with short careers toil in their craft or sullen art, […]

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Headline Sports with London Marq: Can the A’s work things out with the port to get new stadium underway?; Was Game 2 win by Clippers just a fluke? plus more

April 17, 2019

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sfchronicle.com photo file: The Oakland Maritime Industry says that a new Oakland A’s stadium at the port would impact shipping, cause safety concerns, and will be a economic hit to the region’s import and exports. On Headline Sports with London: #1 Oakland’s Maritime Industry is saying that building a new stadium for the Oakland A’s […]

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Astros Blasting Off: A’s get caught in their vapor trail in 9-1 loss

April 17, 2019

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By Morris Phillips You know the popular methods employed by big league teams in 2019: home runs, walks and, accordingly strikeouts. Power pitching and at least for now, starters are ahead of bullpens, and both units are ahead of the hitters. The Houston Astros are the current masters of all those methods, and they arrived […]

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That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast with Barbara Mason: Tiger’s Masters win is confidence-building, could he win another one?; How Walton will fit in in Sacramento; plus more

April 16, 2019

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Photo credit: @Neo_Ungasabi That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast with Barbara Mason: #1 On Sunday, Tiger Woods made a comeback and won the Masters for the first time in 11 years. What made this day so unbelievable? #2 How do you see Luke Walton fitting in at the Sacramento Kings organization as head coach? #3 […]

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Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: Multiple home runs and hits have A’s leading the A.L.

April 16, 2019

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mlbpick.com photo file photo: Alex Bergman of the Houston Astros takes a hack as he and the Astros open up a two game series against a very offensive potent Oakland A’s team at the Oakland Coliseum starting tonight. Oakland A’s podcast with Charlie O: #1 The A’s, despite losing by a run on Sunday to […]

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Sportstalk podcast at Diplomat Steakhouse in downtown Sacramento — Monday, April 15, 2019

April 15, 2019

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Photo credit: diplomat.com Cast: Michael Duca (mlb.com and host), Jeremy Kahn (SF Giants reporter), Jeremy Harness (SF Giants and PGA reporter), London Marq (Sacramento Kings and SJ Earthquakes reporter), Jeremiah Salmonson (Sacramento Kings reporter), Charlie O (Oakland A’s and Sacramento Kings reporter), Lee Leonard (producer). Sportstalk is proud to podcast at The Diplomat Steakhouse at […]

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A’s bombing away to team record

April 15, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics By Daniel Dullum Sports Radio Service Monday, April 15, 2019 In the age of the all-or-nothing approach to hitting, the Oakland Athletics are early season beneficiaries so far in 2019. The Swingin’ A’s have been exactly that of late, setting a franchise record with their seventh consecutive multi-homer game despite losing an […]

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Oakland A’s podcast with Joey Friedman: A’s-Rangers back to it today after Saturday rain out

April 14, 2019

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Photo credit: @Athletics On the A’s podcast with Joey: #1 The A’s and Texas Rangers were rained out on Saturday night in Arlington. The A’s, who are in dire need of rest, had their first day off since March 27th, a day before opening day in Tokyo. #2 The A’s came into Texas with a […]

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