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  1. Barry Zitoa s Kentfield mansion sells for $8.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Marin Independent Journal

    The Kentfield home owned by pitcher Barry Zito has been sold for $8.15 million. He first put the home on the market for $11.5 million in 2012, cutting the price twice before it sold.

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  2. Oakland Athletics Must Decide Soon On Pitcher Barry Zito's FateRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Swingin' A's

    Apr 4, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Barry Zito pitches during the sixth inning of an exhibition game against the San Francisco Giants at O.co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports Despite how many times Oakland Athletics beat writer Susan Slusser has told the Internet that Barry Zito is on the disabled list, it's hard not to root for him to get a chance to return to the mound in an Oakland uniform this season.

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  3. Tim Lincecum has hip surgery, out for seasonRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | McCovey Chronicles

    ... with the crowd screaming itself hoarse as he left the mound, would have been magical. If AT&T Park can send Barry Zito off with love, just imagine what it would have been like for Lincecum. It's not going to happen. That's the worst part. Until next ...

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  4. Barry Zito's Marin mansion sells for $8.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Marin Independent Journal

    Barry Zito, the former San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics pitcher, has sold his Kentfield mansion for $8.15 million in one of a spate of high-profile Marin luxury home sales this year. Known as Villa Della Pace, the 7,116-square-foot Mediterranean estate on 2 acres at 660 Goodhill Road has sweeping views of Mount Tamalpais and Phoenix Lake, stone terraces and gardens, a pool and spa, three bedrooms in the main house and a one-bedroom guesthouse.

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  5. Barry Zito's Kentfield mansion sells for $8.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    The Kentfield home owned by pitcher Barry Zito has been sold for $8.15 million. It overlooks Phoenix Lake.

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  6. Barry Zitoa s Kentfield mansion sells for $8.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Marin Independent Journal

    Barry Zito, the former San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics pitcher, has sold his Kentfield mansion for $8.15 million in one of a spate of high-profile Marin luxury home sales this year. Known as Villa Della Pace, the 7,116-square-foot Mediterranean estate on two acres at 660 Goodhill Road has sweeping views of Mt.

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  7. Three years later, Barry Zito finally sells Marin mansion at a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | SFGate

    Former Giant Barry Zito has finally sold his Kentfield home - years after listing it and for much less than he wanted originally. To our eyes, this property has everything going for it: 2.25 acres with sweeping views of Mt.

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  8. Three years later, Barry Zito finally sells Marin mansion at aRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | SFGate

    Former Giant Barry Zito has finally sold his Kentfield home - years after listing it and for much less than he wanted originally. To our eyes, this property has everything going for it: 2.25 acres with sweeping views of Mt.

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  9. Celebrity Real Estate: Barry Zito Strikes Out, Sells Marin Mansion Under Asking PriceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Curbed

    The San Francisco Business Times reports that Barry Zito, formerly of the San Francisco Giants and currently a pitcher in the Oakland A's organization, has sold his Kentfield mansion for $8.15 million.

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  10. Barry Zito unloads Marin County villa for $8.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Business Journal

    Former San Francisco Giants pitching ace Barry Zito has sold his Marin County mansion for a loss, getting only $8.15 million for the villa he listed for $11.495 million in 2012. Zito, now a minor league pitcher with the Oakland A's, originally bought the property for $8.863 million.

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  11. Giants walk off against Cardinals, keep pace with DodgersRead the original story

    Friday Aug 28 | McCovey Chronicles

    ... going to build up decades of ill will -- from Ozzie's cheap shot to Candy Maldonado's slide to David Bell to Barry Zito to Travis Ishikawa -- in an opening montage, and then you're going to introduce Kelby Tomlinson and Stephen Piscotty, who will be ...

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  12. Oakland A's farmhand Barry Zito sells Bay Area home for $8.15 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Former Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito, who currently plays for the Athletics' Triple-A affiliate, has sold his hillside estate in Kentfield, Calif., for $8.15 million. Built in 2002, the Mediterranean-style home sits behind gates on more than two acres with sweeping views of Mt.

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  13. Doubtful That Oakland Athletics Will Call-Up Barry ZitoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Swingin' A's

    Apr 4, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Barry Zito pitches during the sixth inning of an exhibition game against the San Francisco Giants at O.co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports Ever since Barry Zito signed a minor league contract with the Oakland Athletics, all of the fans have been anticipating the moment when this A's veteran would take the mound at the O.Co Coliseum.

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  14. It's time to rank odd-year Giants teamsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | McCovey Chronicles

    ... to reclaim his career. Matt Cain was bad for the first time in his career. Ryan Vogelsong was a hazmat scene. Barry Zito had a 5.74 ERA and started ***25 gaaaaaaames*** for some reason. Again, this is just a garden variety bad season for other ...

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  15. Is a Rag-Tag Rotation Better than a Super Rotation? Detroit Tigers Will Soon Find OutRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Sports Media 101

    ... to 2010 have all had pitchers perceived to be a weak link in their own rotation. The 2010 Giants had a struggling Barry Zito. The 2011 St. Louis Cardinals featured soft-tossers like Kyle Lohse and Jake Westbrook. In 2012, the Giants had slumping Tim ...

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  16. Greinke, Harper favorites for top GIBBY honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Major League Baseball

    ... MLB Awards mix. Gray faces the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday, and he is being compared to former A's standout Barry Zito, who was 23-5 in 2002. In Gray's last seven starts, he's pitched three complete games, unheard of in today's pitch-count era. ...

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  17. The end for Cain and Lincecum?Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The Press Democrat

    ... Had no control over his fastball. After a while, he just stopped throwing fastballs in serious counts. He became Barry Zito. He's on the disabled list now. Seems to me like a fiction. He got hit on the forearm in late June, a long time ago. You mean ...

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  18. The Unbeatable Battery: Posey, Bumgarner Aim For More Playoff SuccessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | CBS Local

    ... in the Giants farms system. After all, the team was still getting used to the fact that Barry Bonds was gone and Barry Zito was the disappointing "ace" of the starting rotation. Cut to 2010, amid a division title race with the Colorado Rockies and ...

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  19. Barry Zito placed on minor league disabled listRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | KRON 4

    Oakland A's and former San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito was placed on the minor league disabled list this morning after a shoulder injury. The 37-year-old, who has logged 137 innings for the Nashville Sounds, was placed on the seven-day disabled list after one too many pitches.

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  20. Billy Beane: Mets studs have heat, lack craft of my A's trioRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | New York Post

    Noah Syndergaard is the youngest of the Mets' trio of righty fire-ballers, out to match Oakland's Big 3 in the early 2000s featuring Barry Zito . I found it interesting that the threesomes working for the 2003 Cubs, 2010 Giants and 2001-02 Athletics didn't stick together for the bulk of their careers - unlike Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz, who shared Braves roster spots for 10 years, 1993-2002, with only Smoltz experiencing any turbulence - and those trios didn't sustain for disparate reasons.

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