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2016 Schedule
43-54, 5th in AL West
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Crisp ends scoreless tie with 13th inning walk-off (1:10)
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A's pitcher's dog has surfing skills (0:28)

Lineup: Athletics (42-54) vs. Rays (38-57)

  • 1. Coco Crisp, LF (S)
  • 2. Josh Reddick, RF (L)
  • 3. Khris Davis, DH (R)
  • 4. Stephen Vogt, C (L)
  • 5. Jed Lowrie, 2B (S)
  • 6. Jake Smolinski, CF (R)
  • 7. Yonder Alonso, 1B (L)
  • 8. Ryon Healy, 3B (R)
  • 9. Raul Alcantara, SS (R)
  • SP: Sean Manaea, LHP
  • Daily notes

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Reddick disheartened by lack of contract

Athletics outfielder Josh Reddick shared his disappointment on Thursday that he has been unable to agree on an extension with the team. "It's kind of disheartening something hasn't been worked out so far,” Reddick said, “and we've been four months into it. It is what it is.” SF Gate

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Athletics' deadline status: sellers

The A's are the most likely seller again at this year's trade deadline, with LHP Rich Hill and OF Josh Reddick their headliners, Jim Bowden writes. But what does the future hold for Sonny Gray? Trade deadline objectives (Insider)

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Beckham's solo shot increases the Rays' lead (0:20)
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All-Time #MLBRank: No. 22 Rickey Henderson

Henderson has the most stolen bases in MLB history and is the only player ever with 3,000 hits and 2,000 walks. He scored more runs than any player ever. The all-time leader in leadoff home runs with 81, he's also the only player in baseball history to hit a home run in 25 seasons. Nos. 30-21

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Athletics have big trade chips in Gray, Hill

Sonny Gray isn't likely to be dealt as a result of his poor season, but Rich Hill figures to be the best pitcher traded at the deadline, Jim Bowden writes. Danny Valencia and Josh Reddick are other intriguing names. Trade option rankings (Insider)

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Rich Hill unlikely to pitch Sunday

Hill's blister problem is expected to keep him from being able to pitch over the weekend. Atheltics manager Bob Melvin said the team will "go with something different." SF Gate

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All-time #MLBRank: No. 33 Jimmie Foxx

When Foxx hit his 500th home run in 1940, he became the second player ever to reach the mark, joining Babe Ruth. Only one player (Alex Rodriguez) has reached the mark at a younger age than Foxx, who was just shy of his 33rd birthday at No. 500. Nos. 40-31

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs397Tied-22nd
Batting Average.25017th
On Base Percentage.30526th
Slugging Percentage.39625th
Earned Run Average4.6626th
Quality Starts42Tied-17th
WHIP1.4021st
BAA.26823rd

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