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  1. The coolest Mission treasure you didn't know existedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SFGate

    Over the decade and a half I've worked at the San Francisco Chronicle, nothing in the city has been strip-mined of its coolness like the Mission District. If there's something unique, interesting or delicious there, it's systematically discovered, overexposed, deemed overrated and then put on a T-shirt.

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  2. Rays 3, A's 0: Oakland looks to be quickly losing confidence as it...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Contra Costa Times

    ... Brandon Guyer #5 of the Tampa Bay Rays steals third base in front of third baseman Brett Lawrie #15 of the Oakland Athletics during the seventh inning of a game on May 21, 2015 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Photo by Brian ...

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  3. Game #42: More than enough to lose; Astros 6, Oakland A's 1Read the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    The Athletics could not overcome one of the favorites for the American League Cy Young Award, and ultimately were left without a chance after the Astros broke it open in the eighth inning. Today's Athletics story is one of doing more than enough to lose with the A's dropping the final game of the series-- Astros 6, Athletics 1--and falling to 14-28.

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  4. How to cope with a crappy A's teamRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    The A's are 14-28. It's time to figure out how not to be utterly miserable for the next few months.

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  5. The Tampa Bay Rays in 1,418 words: An Oakland A's series previewRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    ... shorthanded. While for the A's it's position players, for the Rays it's starting pitchers. The Oakland Athletics (14-28) visit St. Petersburg's Tropicana Field for a four-game set with the Tampa Bay Rays (22-19). The Rays enter this weekend's series ...

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  6. Oakland A's Edward Mujica will be placed on disabled list with fractured thumbRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    Edward Mujica pitches against the Chicago White Sox during the ninth inning at O.co Coliseum. - Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports Reliever Edward Mujica of the Oakland Athletics exited the bottom of the seventh inning of Thursday night's contest against the Tampa Bay Rays after his right hand was hit by a hard comebacker, resulting in a fractured thumb, the club told beat reports after the game , according to the San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser.

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  7. Game #43: A's Lose, Something New and DifferentRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athletics Nation

    Recap? Recap what? The A's are fundamentally unsound, Jesse Chavez pitched certainly well enough to win, but he'll have another loss hung on him thanks to his awful team, and not only are they bad, but they're boring as well, unless you count the new and creative ways they find not to score. For those of you who are tired of the same recap every night, allow me to change it up.

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  8. Game Notes: The Prodigal Son(s) ReturnRead the original story

    Yesterday | DRays Bay

    As the Rays travel back home to the Trop to take on the Oakland Athletics , it'll be a homecoming of sorts for several players on the away team as their current roster holds five former Rays . The others on that list are Sam Fuld , Stephen Vogt , Jesse Hahn , Scott Kazmir , and Ben Zobrist , who is currently on the DL recovering from knee surgery.

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  9. A's offense stalls after Burns' leadoff tripleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oakland Athletics

    The Athletics' recent hitting woes continued Thursday night at Tropicana Field, as Oakland struggled to deliver with runners in scoring position in a After Billy Burns led off the game with a booming triple to right-center field, he was unable to tag up properly on an ensuing fly ball to center by Marcus Semien . Burns left early, then retreated to the bag too late to score on the play.

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  10. Touch 'Em All: Touch 'Em AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Philly.com

    ... pitch lights-out," he said. "You have to keep up. But it's a good thing." Ron Washington is back with the Oakland Athletics. The team announced Washington is rejoining the A's as a major-league coach to help with the team's defense after nearly ...

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  11. Colome and DeJesus key Rays' 3-0 win over A'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Philly.com

    Alex Colome and four relievers combined on a four-hitter, David DeJesus drove in two runs and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Oakland Athletics 3-0 on Thursday night to take sole possession of first place in the AL East. Colome gave up four hits over five innings.

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  12. Washington hired to work with A's defenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Oakland Athletics

    The A's have reunited with Ron Washington, who will join the team in St. Petersburg on Friday to serve as a coach and work with Oakland's much-maligned defense. The A's have committed 44 errors in 42 games, which is 10 more than any other team.

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  13. Crisp unlikely to play vs. Rays due to neck injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Oakland Athletics

    A's outfielder Coco Crisp will see a neck specialist in Dallas on Thursday morning, and it appears unlikely that he will play on the turf at Tropicana Field during Oakland's four-game series against the Rays in St. Petersburg this weekend. It's worrisome news for the A's, who have only two position players left on their 40-man roster to bring up if needed: infielders Nate Freiman and Renato Nunez.

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  14. A's place Pomeranz on DL, recall LeonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Oakland Athletics

    The A's placed starter Drew Pomeranz on the disabled list Wednesday with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder, and they recalled right-hander Arnold Leon from Triple-A Nashville for added bullpen depth. Right-hander Kendall Graveman is expected to start in place of Pomeranz against the Rays in St. Petersburg on Saturday, though manager Bob Melvin has not yet made an official announcement.

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  15. Gray, A's come up short in loss to AstrosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Oakland Athletics

    Chris Carter and Colby Rasmus hit two-run homers and Jason Castro added a solo shot to lead the first-place Astros to their sixth win in seven games with a 6-4 victory over the A's on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park. Astros starter Roberto Hernandez worked six innings and allowed two runs and seven hits, giving him seven consecutive starts of at least six innings.

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  16. Abad's struggles leaving A's in tough spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Oakland Athletics

    Abad relieved Fernando Rodriguez with one on and one out in the eighth to face Rasmus, who fell behind, 0-2, before slugging a fastball into the right-field stands for a two-run home run. After retiring Chris Carter , Abad got too much of the plate with a 2-2 breaking ball that Castro sent out to left field.

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  17. A's Parker has surgery on fractured elbowRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Oakland Athletics

    A's pitcher Jarrod Parker had successful surgery to clean up and repair the medial epicondyle fracture in his right elbow Tuesday. Parker's previously revised ulnar collateral ligament did not need repairing, meaning the right-hander was able to avoid a third Tommy John surgery, which could've been career threatening.

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  18. Thursday Morning LinksRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lone Star Ball

    Given what may or may not have happened at the end of Ron Washington's time as Rangers' manager, he has decided to seek employment in a place with absolutely no Asian women... the San Francisco Bay Area. Delino DeShields is establishing himself in the number two spot in the order because there are literally nothing but terrible options.

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  19. Oakland A's hire Ron Washington as coachRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lone Star Ball

    Former Rangers manager Ron Washington has been hired by the Oakland A's to join their major league coaching staff Ron Washington has officially been hired by the Oakland A's as a coach, per the A's Twitter feed. According to Jane Lee, Washington will be in uniform, but will not be allowed on the bench during games , as the A's already have the maximum number of coaches who are allowed to be on the field during games.

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  20. Coco Crisp's Chronic ConundrumRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swingin' A's

    May 17, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp takes off his helmet after flying out against the Chicago White Sox in the eighth inning at O.co Coliseum. The White Sox defeated the Athletics 7-3.

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