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Griffin settled down after the opening frame and finished allowing only those three runs on six hits in three innings.
That belief stems from the movie "Moneyball" about the 2002 A's and general manager Billy Beane.
Even if it's spring training, when your team loses because a lazy fly ball is lost in the sun and wind, you pretty much need a cartoon, pronto.
The A's concerns about reliever Ryan Cook and his readiness for opening day may have taken a stark turn for the good.
Brett Anderson pitched three positive innings in his first start against his former team on Saturday, helping the Colorado Rockies to a 5-4 victory over the Oakland Athletics.
Brett Anderson makes his first ever start against the Oakland A's today. Billy Burns could probably sustain a lifetime batting average of 1.000 against the former A's lefty, who has yet to get injured for the Rockies .
The San Francisco Giants own preordained territorial rights over the disgruntled Oakland Athletics , who remain bent backwards on the Bay Area's back burner because of their glaring inability to generate MLB revenue, despite occupying a segment of the fourth largest market in professional sports.
After the 2012 season, I wrote this article about Josh Reddick. Basically the gist of it is that despite having a breakout year, Reddick has a swing flaw that limits him against fastballs.
The 967th pick in the 2011 Draft is perhaps the No. 1 sight to see in A's camp this year.
Oakland Athletics' Billy Burns dives back safely to first base while pinch running for Nick Punto during the sixth inning of an exhibition spring training baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, Thursday, March 6, 2014, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Catcher Derek Norris talks with his teammates as the Athletics open spring training as their position players begin reporting to camp in Scottsdale, Ariz., Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Feb 16, 2014; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Hudson stretches camp at Scottsdale Stadium.
Ah, the tie. One of the quirks of spring traning and meaningless baseball is that it's possible for games to end in a tie.
It was clear early on that there would not be a pitcher's duel at Salt River Fields, as the D-backs and the A's combined to score seven runs in the first inning, with the teams eventually settling for an 8-8 tie after 10 innings on Thursday afternoon.
The first four Diamondbacks batters hit him hard, including a two-run double by Miguel Montero, and it was all Gray could do to finish the first inning.