Posts tagged Oakland A’s

AL West dominates AL East with four shutouts in one night

By | May 4, 2013 11:43 am | 0 Comments


The American League East often is called the toughest division. Friday, however, the AL West dominated the East with four shutouts. The A’s blanked the Yankees 2-0, the Mariners beat the Jays 4-0, the Rangers pounded the first-place Red Sox 7-0 and the Angels limited the Orioles to just three hits in a 3-0 win…. View Article

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Check out Coco Crisp’s clutch catch

By | October 10, 2012 11:36 am | 0 Comments


If you didn’t see Coco Crisp’s catch last night, it’s worth a look:     Your browser does not support iframes.   – Rick Green

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Tigers, Yankees look tough in AL; Reds, Nats should advance in NL

By | October 6, 2012 12:25 am | 0 Comments


A’s vs. Tigers How can you stop Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera or Prince Fielder? I’m not sure Oakland can. The A’s have been on quite a roll, but “Moneyball” doesn’t usually translate into postseason success. While having Oakland advance would be nice, it’s too hard to ignore the Tigers. They have the hitting and pitching… View Article

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Resolution: Think positive about the Pirates

By | December 31, 2011 1:24 pm | Comments Off


Maybe this is a back-handed compliment about the Pirates. Maybe it’s just a straight-up shot of Pirates optimism. You decide. I’ll try to start off 2012 with a positive thought about the Pittsburgh Pirates. I’ve been critical of their management, so let this be something non-critical. It could be worse for a Pirates’ fan. You… View Article

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