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  1. Investor Group Head Says Coliseum Plan is Economically FeasibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Patch.com

    The head of an investor group that's hoping to build a massive development at the Oakland Coliseum complex that would include a new football stadium for the Oakland Raiders said today that the next six to eight weeks will be crucial in determining the project's fate. Floyd Kephart, the lead executive of New City Development LLC, told members of "Save Oakland Sports," a group that wants to keep the city's three pro sports teams in town, that, "I'm going to play this game until sometime in the first of October."

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  2. Could Major league baseball come to Portland?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Portland Tribune

    ... expansion may be possible." As for relocation, Manfred said he doesn't want to move the Tampa Bay Rays or Oakland Athletics - the two franchises with poor attendance and stadium issues - but if logistics demand a move, the league wants to be ...

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  3. A's Blow 5-Run Lead In 6-5 Loss To MarinersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    Oakland A's pitcher Jesse Chavez did what came naturally in the fifth inning Tuesday night against the Seattle Mariners. He extended his glove to try and field a high infield chopper.

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  4. Trade Target: Hanley RamirezRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    Being an A's fan living in Boston can be tough. Most of this toughness revolved around being subjugated to Red Sox Nation sports talk radio.

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  5. Oakland Athletics Dakota Chalmers Makes Progress In MinorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swingin' A's

    The Oakland Athletics have four more years of Sonny Gray before his anticipated free agent year in 2020. With the bulk of the A's trades and draft picks going toward restocking the organization's infield, have the A's done enough to prepare for Sonny's departure? The answer could be yes.

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  6. Welcome back, WashRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Contra Costa Times

    ... Washington was the A's third base coach for a decade before becoming manager of the Texas Rangers in 2007. Oakland Athletics third-base coach Mike Gallego gestures as Brandon Moss slides into third base during an American League Division Series game ...

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  7. Aa s blow 5-run lead in 6-5 loss to MarinersRead the original story

    Yesterday | KDWN

    Oakland A's pitcher Jesse Chavez did what came naturally in the fifth inning Tuesday night against the Seattle Mariners. He extended his glove to try and field a high infield chopper.

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  8. Mariners rally for win over A'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Republic

    Austin Jackson's bases-loaded, two-run single in the fifth inning capped Seattle's comeback from a five-run deficit and led the Mariners a 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night. Down 5-0 entering the fourth inning, Nelson Cruz sparked Seattle's comeback with his major league-leading 38th home run, a solo shot off Jesse Chavez.

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  9. Chavez blows 5-0 lead, Oakland loses again by one runRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Oakland Athletics Manager Bob Melvin has struggled all season with knowing when to pull his starting pitchers, and at this point of the season, it doesn't matter any more. However, it's quite ridiculous to see the A's blow a five-run lead just one day after overcoming one themselves.

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  10. Down 5-0 early, Mariners battle back to beat Oakland, 6-5Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    Robinson Cano slides safely under the tag of Oakland's Brett Lawrie for a double in the seventh inning. Kyle Seager checks the runner at second before going after Oakland's Brett Lawrie in the first inning.

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  11. Game #127: A's Squander Early 5-0 Lead, LoseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    In a near-exact reversal of last night, the A's built a 5-0 lead by the second inning, knocking out Seattle starter, Mike Montgomery. Unfortunately, Jesse Chavez and the bullpen couldn't hold the lead, and Seattle stormed back to win 6-5. Ho hum.

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  12. Mariners Game Recap: LoMo Leads M's to VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SoDo Mojo

    Aug 11, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Mariners right fielder Logan Morrison doubles against the Baltimore Orioles during the tenth inning at Safeco Field. Seattle defeated Baltimore, 6-5.

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  13. Bullpen rises to the occasion vs. M'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oakland Athletics

    Rather, it was the bullpen that gave the club every opportunity to come out on top this time. The A's got 3 1/3 scoreless innings from Fernando Abad and Fernando Rodriguez in relief of right-hander Jesse Chavez , who was done in by consecutive three-run frames.

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  14. Semien homers, but A's can't hold early leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oakland Athletics

    Robinson Cano became the first player in Major League history to open his career with 11 straight seasons with 30 doubles, and the Mariners came from behind to top the A's, 6-5, on Tuesday at Safeco Field. Austin Jackson 's two-run single in the fifth capped the Mariners' comeback after they'd fallen behind, 5-0.

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  15. Oakland Athletics' Former Third Base Coach Mike Gallego Is Scapegoat For Front OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swingin' A's

    Apr 13, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Oakland Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie is congratulated by third base coach Mike Gallego after hitting a home run during the second inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports When the season goes bad early, there's always a scapegoat.

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  16. Foot injury puts Doubront's next start in questionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oakland Athletics

    The A's have yet to determine whether lefty Felix Doubront , who suffered a right foot contusion Monday, will make his next scheduled start. "He's a little sore today, as expected," manager Bob Melvin said.

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  17. Yankees' C.C. Sabathia on disabled list, with no timetable for returnRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Baltimore Sun

    ... DL because of a forearm strain. Ron Washington , the former Texas Rangers manager, has been hired as the Oakland Athletics third base coach after the club dismissed Mike Gallego on Monday. The 63-year-old Washington spent 11 seasons as an A's coach ...

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  18. Mariners blow 5-0 lead, lose 11-5 to AthleticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | HeraldNet

    ... three decisions, including a no-hitter in his last start at Safeco Field. And they lost 11-5 to the Oakland Athletics, who had to patch together seven innings from their bullpen after starter Felix Doubront exited because of a bruised right foot. ...

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  19. Iffy status for Oakland A's starter Felix DoubrontRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SFGate

    Felix Doubront said Tuesday that his right foot was feeling better after being struck by a line drive the night before but he still is unsure about his status for his next start. Doubront was still limping noticeably after taking the liner by Robinson Cano off his middle toe, and manager Bob Melvin said that the team will reevaluate the left-hander on Wednesday before making any decisions.

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  20. Oakland A's lineup by the numbers: Mark Canha is carrying the offenseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    The Oakland A's lineup has undergone some changes lately, and some new heroes have emerged who played little to no role in the first half of the season. It can be confusing to keep up with this club and its revolving door of players, so let's take a quick look at each of the names to see who's here, who's hot, and who's not.

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