1 OAKLAND ATHLETICS GAME INFORMATION Oakland Athletics Baseball Company athletics.com A s Get the latest A s notes, full stat packets, clips, press releases, roster, updated media guide and more at pressbox.athletics.com OAKLAND ATHLETICS (12-11) VS. TEXAS RANGERS (8-16) ABOUT THE A S: Have won three straight and seven of the last eight games after starting the year 5-10 are for the season and the one game over.500 matches the season high (1-0 on March 29) are 11-9 (.550) in the month of April, matching their April win total from a year ago the win last night moved the A s into a tie for third place in the American League West after 23 consecutive days in fourth or tied for fourth have spent one day this year tied for first, one day tied for second, one day tied for third, 16 days in fourth and seven days tied for fourth won two of three from Boston over the weekend and have now won back-to-back series after going over the first five series swept a three-game series from Chicago last week for the first series win of the season it came in the sixth series of the season, which matched the 1973 club for the second latest first series win of the season the longest was in 1998 when Oakland went before winning its seventh series. THE LAST AT BAT: The A s scored six times in the ninth inning last night and lead the majors with 14 runs scored and a.324 (24-for-74) batting average in the ninth inning Oakland has now scored 9 of its 13 runs over the last two games in its final at bat have back-to-back last at bat wins and are 4-0 in games decided in the final at bat for the season are tied with Toronto for the American League lead in last at bat wins and are one of four teams in the majors without a last at bat loss (Colorado, Seattle, Toronto). LEFT AND RIGHT: The A s are scheduled to face a left-handed starting pitcher for the fifth consecutive game today are 3-1 over the first four games of this stretch for the season, are 4-6 (.400) in games in which the opponent starts a left-handed pitcher compared to 8-5 (.615) against right-handers the 10 games against left-handed starters are the most in the American League and tied for third most in the majors are batting.281 with a.767 OPS against left-handers,.270 with an.821 OPS against righties the batting average against lefties is second best in the majors to Pittsburgh (.287) the batting average and OPS against righties is also second best in the majors (Boston,.294 and.869). OFFENSE: The A s have scored 79 runs over their last 11 games, which is their best 11-game stretch since Sept , 2009 when they also scored 79 are batting.301 (123-for-408) over the last 11 games and are averaging 7.2 runs per game with 50 extra base hits (30 doubles, 3 triple, 17 home runs) hit.245 with 3.7 runs per game and 31 extra base hits over the first 12 contests lead the American League in on-base percentage (.351), rank second in batting (.274), tied for second in doubles (47) and hit by pitches (12), third in runs (123), home runs (29), extra base hits (81), walks (89), slugging (.452) and OPS (.803) and tied for third in triples (5) are tied with Miami for the most grounded into double plays in the majors (21) are tied with Kansas City for the fewest stolen bases in the AL (5) and rank fourth in most strikeouts (207). PITCHING: The A s have compiled a 3.16 ERA (27 er in 77.0 ip) and.204 (57- for-280) opponents batting average over the last eight games have allowed one run or fewer four times over that stretch are averaging 2.15 walks per nine innings, which is the lowest mark in the majors, and 7.36 strikeouts per nine innings, which is second lowest (Kansas City, 7.20) have 18 wild pitches, which is second most to Pittsburgh (21) opponents have stolen 19 bases, which is second most in the majors to the Mets (25) have surrendered 31 home runs, which is tied for third most in the American League. STARTING PITCHING: A s starting pitchers have gone back-to-back games without a decision for the first time this year have allowed one run or fewer in five of the last eight games and are 4-1 with a 3.33 ERA (18 er in 48.2 ip) over that stretch went 5-10 with a 5.61 ERA over the first 15 contests Sean Manaea is 3-2 with a 1.23 ERA while the rest of Oakland s starters are 4-7 with a 6.17 ERA (61 er in 89.0 ip). HOME AND AWAY: The A s are 1-0 on their second road trip of the season, a nine-game, 11-day trip to Texas (1-0), Houston (three games) and Seattle (three games) went 3-5 on the first road trip to Los Angeles-AL (1-2), Los Angeles-NL (1-1) and Seattle (1-2) and are now 4-5 on the road compared to 8-6 at home are averaging a Major League best 6.22 runs per game on the road (56 runs in 9 games), 4.79 at home have 18 home runs in nine road games, 11 in 14 home games have a 5.57 ERA (47 er in 76.0 ip) on the road, 3.65 at home went 5-1 on the last homestand against Chicago-AL (3-0) and TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2018 GLOBE LIFE PARK 7:05 P.M. CDT RHP ANDREW TRIGGS (1-0, 5.82) VS. LHP COLE HAMELS (1-3, 4.76) NBCSCA A S RADIO NETWORK (Q FM) PITCHING PROBABLES Boston (2-1), which was the A s best homestand of four or more games since going 5-1 on a six-game homestand against Detroit and Minnesota from May 27-June 1, THE WEST AND THE REST: The A s will play all nine games on this road trip against American League West competition are 6-9 (.400) against divisional foes compared to 6-2 (.750) against all other teams are batting.259 (132- for-509) and are averaging 4.47 runs per game (67 runs in 15 games) against the West compared to.298 with an average of 7.00 runs per game against everyone else the pitching staff has a 4.74 ERA (70 er in ip) against the West, 3.67 against all other teams. THIS AND THAT: The A s are 10-3 when scoring first, 2-8 when the opponent scores first are 4-2 in games decided by two runs or fewer, 8-9 in games decided by three runs or more the pitching staff has a 2.79 ERA (22 er in 71.0 ip) in the seventh inning or later, 5.04 (79 er in ip) over innings one through six. SCHEDULE NOTES: Last night s game was the A s first out of the Pacific Time Zone this year follow this three-game series against Texas with a threegame series at Houston it marks the fifth time since the Astros moved to the American League in 2013 that the A s have played Houston and Texas on the same trip however, its just the fourth time they have played the two clubs in back-to-back series this road trip begins a stretch where the A s are scheduled to play 19 of 25 games on the road. THE DISABLED LIST: The A s have a season-low four players on the disabled list (Blackburn, Cotton, Hendriks, Powell) have used the DL eight times this year and had a season-high seven on the DL from April 7-14 Blackburn and Cotton are on the 60-day DL Oakland used the DL 23 times last year, which marked the third consecutive season and seventh time in the last 11 years the A s have used the DL at least 20 times have had at least four players on the DL every day since Aug. 24, 2015, at least three every day since July 30, 2011 and have not had fewer than two players on DL since end of 2006 season (1). A s vs. RANGERS: The A s lead the season series, 3-2 won the first game in Texas last night after splitting a four-game series in Oakland April 2-5 the A s won the season series last year, 11-8 went 8-1 in Oakland and 3-7 in Texas the eight home wins match the A s most ever against the Rangers (8-2 in 2001, 8-1 in 2003) have won 10 of the last 12 home games but have lost 11 of the last 17 road games over the previous five seasons, the A s have won the season series in odd numbered years and the Rangers in even numbered years are against Texas dating back to the start of the 2013 season are all-time against the Texas Rangers that breaks down to in Oakland and in Texas are at Globe Life Park have an all-time record of against the Rangers/Senators franchise. TODAY S TIDBITS Mark Canha has hit safely in each of his last seven games (10-for-25,.400), which matches the longest hitting streak of his career (third time) Matt Chapman is one of four Athletics to start all 23 games (Davis, Lowrie, Semien) and now has a consecutive games played streak of 103 dating back to last year Khris Davis is a.297 (43-for-145) career hitter against Texas with 18 home runs and 41 RBI in 42 games the home runs and RBI are his most against any team is a.338 (24-for-71) hitter at Globe Life Park with eight home runs and 15 RBI in 19 games Jed Lowrie is 17-for- 40 (.425) with four doubles, three home runs, 12 RBI and six multiple hit games over his last nine games leads the majors with 35 hits, 11 multiple hit games and five games with three or more hits and is tied for the lead with seven go-ahead RBI. OAKLAND A S 50th ANNIVERSARY MOMENT In 1969 Rick Monday establishes a club record with three doubles in the A s 6-4 win at Minnesota in 1986 Jose Rĳo strikes out 14 Seattle Mariners after fanning a club record 16 batters in his previous start, but the A s lose 3-1 in 2003 Mark Mulder tosses a three-hit shutout in the A s 2-0 win over Detroit. Wed., April 25 at Texas RHP Kendall Graveman (0-4, 10.07) vs. RHP Doug Fister (1-2, 3.95) 5:05 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Fri., April 27 at Houston LHP Sean Manaea (3-2, 1.23) vs. TBA 5:10 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Sat., April 28 at Houston RHP Daniel Mengden (2-2, 3.86) vs. TBA 4:10 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Sun., April 29 at Houston RHP Trevor Cahill (1-0, 2.25) vs. TBA 11:10 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game World Champions: American League Champions:
2 TODAY S STARTING PITCHER: Andrew Triggs (1-0, 5.82 ERA) FOR OPENERS: Is scheduled to make his fifth start of the season allowed six runs in 1.1 innings in his last start after allowing five runs in 15.2 innings (2.87 ERA) over his first three starts is in his third season in the majors and is on his second consecutive Opening Day roster. WITH THE BASES LOADED: Allowed a grand slam to Moncada in his last start and opponents are 2-for-2 with five RBI with the bases loaded last year, opponents were 3-for-8 (.375) with a triple and two home runs with the bases loaded and the two grand slams tied for the most in the majors opponents are now 5-for-10 (.500) with three home runs and 18 RBI with the bases loaded over the last two years and the three grand slams are tied with Masahiro Tanaka for the most in the majors HOME AND AWAY: Is 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA (4 er in 10.2 ip) in two starts on the road compared to 0-0 with a 9.95 ERA (7 er in 6.1 ip) in two starts in Oakland last year, he compiled a 2-2 record and a 3.14 ERA in five starts on the road compared to 3-4 with a 5.15 ERA in seven starts at home is now 4-2 with a 4.24 ERA (33 er in 70.0 ip) in 19 career road games, 3-5 with a 4.72 ERA (36 er in 68.2 ip) in 21 games in the Coliseum. OPPONENTS BATTING: Has issued eight walks, five of which have come to the first batter in an inning opponents are batting.232 (3-for-13) with a.444 on-base percentage leading off an inning opponents are 6-for-22 (.273) with runners in scoring position but they are 1-for-10 (.100) with RISP and two outs has a.333 (11-for-33) opponents average the first time through the lineup,.194 (7-for-36) after that opponents are 0-for-6 when putting the first pitch in play has surrendered both of his home runs with runners on base. ON THE BASES: Opponents have stolen four bases with him on the mound, which is tied for third most in the American League allowed 15 stolen bases last year, which tied for seventh most in the AL despite missing 3½ months of the season. FIRST START: He had a no decision in the A s 3-1 win over Texas on April 2 in Oakland blanked the Rangers on three hits and a walk over the first four innings had a 1-0 lead when he allowed his only run in the fifth inning Robinson walked, stole second and scored on a Gallo single was relieved by Buchter to start the sixth and the A s scored twice in the seventh for the win. SECOND START: He was the winning pitcher in the A s 7-3 win at Los Angeles (AL) April 7 it was his first win since May 10, 2017, also against the Angels, and it snapped a career-high four-game losing streak dating back to last year faced the minimum over the first three innings as a leadoff walk to Cozart in the first inning was erased on a double play had a 3-0 lead when he allowed his only two runs in the fourth inning on a two-run home run by Upton left after five innings with a 4-2 lead. THIRD START: He had a no decision in the A s 7-4 loss at Seattle April 13 Oakland scored twice in the first, but he allowed two runs in the bottom of the first on a RBI single by Haniger and a RBI double by Seager shutout the Mariners on a hit and two walks over his final four innings and the A s scored once in the sixth to give him a 3-2 lead was relieved by Buchter to start the bottom of the sixth but the bullpen allowed five runs in the seventh for the blown save. LAST START: He had a no decision in the A s 12-11, 14-inning win over Chicago (AL) last Wednesday in Oakland tossed 1.1 innings, which was the shortest start of his career allowed a RBI single to Delmonico in the first inning but the A s tied the game with a run in the bottom of the first then faced seven batters in the second and recorded just one out yielded a RBI single to Engel and a grand slam to Moncada left after 1.1 innings trailing 6-1. TRIGGS 2018 STARTS Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR #PIT April 2 Texas April 7 at Los Angeles (AL) 7-3 W April 13 at Seattle April 18 Chicago (AL) (14) TRIGGS vs. TEXAS: Is 1-0 with a 1.02 ERA (17.2 ip, 9 h, 4 r, 2 er, 2 bb, 15 so) in four career appearances, including three starts had a no decision in his only start this year (see first start above) made one appearance last year, a start in the A s 4-2 win on April STARTS VS. TEXAS DATE H/A DEC IP H R ER BB SO 8/16/16 A /18/17 H W /2/18 H in Oakland shut out the Rangers on two hits over the first five innings but Darvish blanked the A s on one hit over that Span Triggs then allowed two unearned runs in the sixth when an Alonso error preceded an Andrus RBI single and a Mazara RBI ground out the A s then scored four times in the bottom of the sixth for the win his other start came in a no decision in the A s 5-4, 10-inning loss at Texas Aug. 16, 2016 had a 1-0 lead when he was relieved by Dull with two outs in the sixth inning and a runner on second Dull allowed the run to score for the blown save also pitched in relief on May 18, 2016 in Oakland (1.0 ip, 1 so). TRIGGS CAREER MATCHUPS VS. TEXAS Player Bat AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Elvis Andrus R Adrian Beltre R Robinson Chirinos R Shin-soo Choo L Joey Gallo L Nomar Mazara L Rougned Odor L Jurickson Profar S Drew Robinson L Ryan Rua R SPRING TRAINING RECAP: Went 2-2 with a 4.81 ERA in seven games, including four starts allowed a.227 (20-for-88) opponents batting average struck out 25 batters, which tied for fourth in the Cactus League was fifth in innings pitched (24.1) retired 21 consecutive batters over a three-game stretch from March TRIGGS 2018 SPRING TRAINING APPEARANCES Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR Feb. 24 San Diego *March 1 Texas *March 6 Texas 5-3 W *March 11 Chicago (NL) March 17 at San Francisco 8-3 W March 22 Colorado 2-4 L March 27 at San Francisco 0-3 L Totals (7 games, 4 starts) *indicates relief appearance 2017 RECAP: Was on the A s Opening Day roster and went 5-6 with a 4.27 ERA in 12 starts before his season ended June 10 with a hip injury had surgery to repair the labrum in his left hip July 13 was 5-2 with a 2.12 ERA and.209 opponents batting average over his first eight starts then went 0-4 with a 9.64 ERA and.381 opponents average over his final four starts despite missing 3½ months of the season, he tied for seventh in the American League in unearned runs (11) allowed a.266 opponents batting average, which included.215 (23-for-107) against left-handed hitters compared to.302 (45-for-149) against right-handers held the opposition to a.211 batting average with two outs but surrendered six of his nine home runs in that situation allowed a.188 average against the opponents clean-up hitter and has a.179 (12-for-67) average in that situation in his career went 4-1 with a 2.04 ERA in six starts against AL West competition, 1-5 with a 6.90 ERA in six starts against everyone else was 1-3 with an 8.24 ERA in four starts on four days rest, 4-3 with a 2.56 ERA in eight starts on five days rest or more allowed one earned run or fewer in seven of his 12 starts walked one batter or fewer six times and has now issued one free pass or fewer in 12 of his 22 career starts eight of his 19 walks came in the first inning. MORE 2017: Won each of his first three starts and did not allow an earned run for a season-opening 17.2-inning streak without an earned run the season-opening streak of no earned runs was the longest in Oakland history by a starting pitcher on the Opening Day roster since the earned run became an official stat in the AL in 1913, he is just the third A s pitcher to start the season with three games of five or more innings and no earned runs joins Eddie Rommel (1924) and Vean Gregg (1918) received 16 runs of support in those three starts (8.15 RSA) but had just 16 runs of support over his final nine starts (3.02 RSA) took the loss April 23 against Seattle to snap a career-best four-game winning streak dating back to 2016 allowed his only home run over his first seven starts (40.2 ip) in that outing surrendered at least one home run in each of his final five starts (8 hr in 24.2 ip) struck out a career-high nine batters and logged a career-high 7.0 scoreless innings April 29 at Houston finished April with a 4-1 record, a 1.84 ERA and.194 opponents average in five starts tied for second in the AL in wins in April and ranked seventh in ERA the wins matched the most by an Oakland pitcher in the month of April over the last 27 years (eighth time) and the ERA was second lowest by an A s pitcher over the last 10 years (Kazmir, 0.99 in 2015) then went 1-3 with a 3.45 ERA and.269 opponents batting average in five starts in May tossed a career-high 105 pitches in a 3-1 win over Los Angeles (AL) May 10 was placed on the disabled list June 10 with a strained left hip underwent surgery on July 13 in Vail, Col when Dr. Marc Philippon repaired the labrum in Triggs left hip. TRIGGS BY THE NUMBERS W L ERA G IP ER Career Home Road Day Night Pre-ASB Post-ASB AVG. AB H vs. LHH vs. RHH TRIGGS CAREER HIGHS Low Hit CG: None IP: 7.0, 4/29/17 at HOU Fewest IP, GS: 1.1, 4/18/18 vs. CWS H: 9 (twice), last: 6/9/17 at TB R: 8, 6/9/17 at TB ER: 8, 6/9/17 at TB BB: 3 (three times), last: 5/21/17 vs. BOS SO: 9, 4/29/17 at HOU HR: 3, 6/9/17 at TB Pitches: 105, 5/10/17 vs. LAA Win Streak: 4, 8/28/16 to 4/18/17 Loss Streak: 4, 5/21/17 to 6/9/17 Scoreless Streak: 13.2, 4/6/17 to 4/18/17 Complete Games: None Shutouts: None TOMORROW S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER RHP Kendall Graveman (0-4, ERA): Is 0-4 with a ERA over his first five starts the four losses are tied for the Major League lead leads the majors with 25 runs allowed and ranks second in the American League with 35 hits allowed has allowed at least four runs while tossing 5.0 innings or fewer in each of his first five starts that matches the longest such streak by an Athletics pitcher at any point in the season since at least 1908 was the losing pitcher in his last start, a 7-3 A s loss to Boston last Friday in Oakland (5.0 ip, 7 h, 6 r, 6 er, 0 bb, 6 so) is 4-3 with a 4.39 ERA (55.1 ip, 60 h, 28 r, 27 er, 10 bb, 29 so, 6 hr) in nine career starts against Texas was the losing pitcher in his only start this year, a 4-1 A s loss on April 3 (5.0 ip, 8 h, 4 r, 4 er, 1 bb, 1 so) went 1-2 with a 7.53 ERA and.305 opponents batting average in five starts this spring was 6-4 with a 4.19 ERA in 19 starts last year in a season shortened due to two stints on the DL.
3 TEAM 5-2, 3.78 ERA (35 er in 83.1 ip) Saves/Opportunities: 3-for-6 (50.0%) Covered 12.2 innings in a 14-inning win on Wednesday vs. Chicago-AL had not covered innings since April 29, 2013 vs. LAA (14.1 IP). Are tied for second in the majors with 14 homers this season gave up a home run in nine straight games April 4-14 after starting the season without allowing a homer in six straight games. Have the 4th-highest opponents batting average (.275) and the fifthhighest slugging percentage (.450) in the majors. Own a 5.23 ERA (19 er in 32.2ip) on the road while boasting a 2.84 (16 er in 50.2 ip) at home. 40 RHP CHRIS BASSITT Last Outing (Minors): 4/16 vs. Omaha (5.0 ip, 5 h, 2 r, 1 er, 2 bb, 1 k) Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 0-0 Recalled from Triple-A Nashville Friday. Was 1-0 with a 0.69 ERA (1 er, 13.0 ip) with 12 strikeouts in three relief appearances with Triple-A Nashville. Each outing in Nashville was at least 4.0 innings of relief. Had Tommy John surgery on May 6, 2016 last pitched in the majors on April 28, 2016, a loss in a start at Detroit (3.2 ip, 10 h, 7 r, 7 er, 3 bb, 5 so). Last Year: Began the season on the A s DL as he continued his recovery from May 6, 2016 UCL reconstruction surgery and spent the entire season in the minors combined for a 5-3 record and a 5.33 ERA in 24 games, nine starts, with Stockton and Nashville. 52 LHP RYAN BUCHTER Last Outing: 4/23 at Texas (W, 0.2 ip, so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 4/0 First Hitters: 3-12, 3 so Is tied for fourth in the American League in games pitched (12). Has an ERA of 0.00 ERA (5.1ip), while owning a 3.60 ERA (2 er in 5.0ip) on the road. Has a.174 (4-for-23) opponents batting average against left-handed hitters,.375 (6-for-16) against right-handers. Has four career appearances against Texas (3.2 ip, 2 h, bb, 5 so). Has a 1.95 ERA (7 er in 32.1 ip) in 34 career appearances in April. Last Year: Began the season with San Diego and was traded to Kansas City July 23 combined for a 4-3 record, one save and a 2.89 ERA in a career-high 71 appearances overall allowed a.187 opponents batting average, including.159 with RISP. 46 RHP SANTIAGO CASILLA Last Outing: 4/18 vs. Chicago-AL (2.0 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1er, 1 k) Inherited Runners/Scored: 4/2 First Hitters: 1-4, bb, so Has allowed just two hits over his first five games (8.0 ip). Is 2-2 with 9.53 ERA in 27 games against Texas (22.2 ip, 30 h, 24 r, 24 er, 14 bb, 22 so) he is 4 for 7 in save opportunities. Has a 1.86 ERA (20 er in 96.2 ip) in 94 career appearances in April. Last Year: Began the season as the A s closer and saved a team-leading 16 games before Blake Treinen took over in July was 16-for-23 (69.6%) in save opportunities, which was the second lowest percentage in the majors compiled a 4.27 ERA in 63 games. 66 RHP RYAN DULL Last Outing: 4/13 at Texas (ND, 1.0 ip, so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 0-2, 2 so Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list April 14 and has pitched twicesince his return began the season on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder. Made three rehab appearances with Nashville he tossed four innings, allowing one run on four hits. Tied an Athletics record for strikeouts in an inning with four in the eighth inning last Tuesday night it was the fourth time an Oakland Athletics pitcher has accomplished the feat, the first since Ryan Cook on April 27, 2012 at Baltimore is the first to do it in the Coliseum. Is 1-1 with a 3.06 ERA in 16 games against Texas (17.2 ip, 9 h, 6 r, 6 er, 6 bb, 22 so). Made just one spring training appearance (1.0 ip, 2 h, 2 r, 2 er, 1 bb, 0 so). Last Year: Made 40 appearances after coming back from a knee injury that sidelined for two months posted a 2-2 mark with a 5.14 ERA in 42 innings on the mound he struck out 45 batters in 42.0 innings. 44 RHP CHRIS HATCHER Last Outing: 4/23 at Texas (ND, 0.2 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 4/2 First Hitters: 2-8 Has allowed at least two runs in three of his eight appearances has yielded nine runs total, eight earned. Was credited with each of the A s first two wins and is one of five AL relievers with two wins. Is 1-0 with 5.59 ERA in 11 games vs. the Rangers (9.2 ip, 12 h, 6 r, 6 er, 3 bb, 2 so). ATHLETICS BULLPEN BRIEFS Has a ERA (8 er in 5.1 ip) in seven appearances in April and now has a 7.28 ERA (31 er in 38.1 ip) in 38 career appearances in the month, which is his highest for any month of the season. Last Year: Began the season with the Dodgers and was traded to the A s Aug. 15 combined for a 1-2 record and a 4.22 ERA in 49 appearances in his seventh season in the majors had career highs in strikeouts (63) and innings pitched (59.2). 15 RHP EMILIO PAGÁN Last Outing: 4/20 vs. Boston (ND, 1.0 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 hr) Inherited Runners/Scored: 5/3 First Hitters: 3-10 Has allowed runs in six of his ten outings this season. Has allowed four homers and is tied for most among American League relievers (LAA Luke Bard, 4; KC Blaine Boyer, 4). Opponents are 5-for-21 (.238) with runners on base, 11-for-27 (.407) with the bases empty. Is 0-1 with 4.26 ERA in five appearances against Texas (6.1 ip, 4 h, 3 r, 3 er, 6 so). Last Year: Made his Major League debut with Seattle and was 2-3 with a 3.22 ERA in 34 relief appearances over four stints struck out 56 and walked just 8 in 50.1 innings also went 2-1 with five saves and a 2.56 ERA in 23 appearances with Triple-A Tacoma. 36 RHP YUSMEIRO PETIT Last Outing: 4/23 at Texas (ND, 1.2 ip, 1 h) Inherited Runners/Scored: 8/5 First Hitters: 4-12 Was placed on the bereavement list today was placed on the family medical emergency list last Tuesday, was reinstated Saturday and pitched on Sunday and Monday. Is tied for fourth in the American League lead in games pitched (12) and is tied for third among AL relievers in innings (14.1 ip). Has not issued a walk and his 14.1 innings pitched are the most innings in the majors among pitchers with no walks. Has not allowed a run when he has gone more than one inning (4 appearances, 7.2 ip) Is 2-0 with a 2.35 ERA in 11 games against the Rangers (15.1 ip, 7 h, 4 r, 4 er, 4 bb, 13 so, 1 hr). Last Year: Signed a minor league deal with Los Angeles (AL) Feb. 15, made the Angels Opening Day roster and spent the entire season in the majors appeared in a career high 60 games and went 5-2 with a career-high four saves and a career-low 2.76 ERA. 39 RHP BLAKE TREINEN Last Outing: 4/22 vs. Boston (W, 1.2 ip, 3 k) Saves/Opportunities: 3-5 Inherited Runners/Scored: 5/2 First Hitters: 0-7 Allowed one run on Wednesday, it is the only earned run he has allowed all season (12 ip, 1 er). Has pitched more than one inning in each of his three saves this year, including his second two-inning save of his career on April 7 at Los Angeles (AL) has six saves of more than an inning in his career. Is tied for eighth in the American League in saves (3) and tied for the league lead in blown saves (2). Six of his seven outings this season have been for more than 1.0 inning. Is 7-for-7 in save opportunities with a 0.75 ERA against Texas (12 ip, 10 h, 1 r, 1 er, 2 bb, 11 so). Last Year: Was acquired from Washington in the Sean Doolittle/Ryan Madson trade on July 16 and ended up saving 13 games for the A s went 3-4 with a 2.13 ERA in 35 games with Oakland and combined for a career-high 16 saves and a 3.93 ERA overall. 62 RHP LOU TRIVINO Last Outing (Minors): 4/23 at Omaha (ND, 1.0 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 2 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 1-2 Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville today for his second stint with the A s this year. Did not allow a run in two games and 4.0 innings during his first stint from April Made his Major League debut April 17 against Chicago (AL), throwing one scoreless inning then picked up his first big league win the next day when he tossed 3.0 scoreless innings in the A s 12-11, 14-inning win over the White Sox. Pitched just once for Nashville following his April 19 option and it came yesterday at Omaha (1.0 ip, 2 h, 1, 1 er, 1 bb, 2 so) his complete 2018 stats: W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Nashville (AAA) OAKLAND Last Year: Began the season at Double-A Midland and was promoted to Triple-A Nashville June 20 combined for an 8-3 record, five saves and a 3.03 ERA in 48 relief outings overall had career highs in games pitched and saves.
4 ATHLETICS BATTING NOTES 20 MARK CANHA Current Streak: 7 games (10 for 25) Texas Series: 2-4, 2 r, 2b, rbi, bb, so Last Homestand: 8-21, 4 r, 2 2b, hr, 4 rbi, 3 bb, 4 so Has hit safely in each of his last seven games (10-for-25,.400), which matches the longest hitting streak of his career (third time, last: Aug , 2015) had gone 3-for-12 (.250) over his first four games after being recalled from Triple-A Nashville April 8. Is 7-for-17 (.412) against left-handed pitchers, 6-for-20 (.300) against right-handers. Is 24-for-100 (.240) with 12 runs, eight doubles, three home runs, 14 RBI, three walks, and 22 strikeouts in 27 career games against Texas. Has started 10 games at three different positions has made seven starts in center field, one start in left field and two at first base. Appeared in two games with Nashville, hitting.250 (2-for-8) with one run, one double, one home run and one RBI. Last Year: Split his season between Oakland and Triple-A Nashville hit.208 with five home runs and 14 RBI in 57 games over four stints with the A s in his third season in the majors also batted.283 with 12 home runs and 50 RBI in 75 games with the Sounds. 26 MATT CHAPMAN Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Texas Series: 1-4, r, 3b, rbi, 2 so Last Homestand: 3-21, 3 r, rbi, 3b, 5 bb, 6 so, gidp Is 9-for-48 (.188) with seven walks over his last 13 games after batting.405 over his first 10 contests. Leads the American League in triples (3), tied for ninth in runs (18), tied for 14th in multi-hit games (8), tied for 15th in total bases (47). His three triples are tied for the most in Major League Baseball (Baez, CHC; Marte, PIT). Is 23-for-56 (.411) in 15 career games against Texas, including four doubles, three home runs, 10 RBI, two walks, and seven strikeouts. Has hit all five of his home runs off right-handed pitchers three have given the A s the lead as have nine of his 19 career home runs also has three career game-tying home runs. Is one of four Athletics to start all 23 games (Davis, Lowrie, Semien) and now has a consecutive games played streak of 103 dating back to last year. Last Year: Was selected from Triple-A Nashville June 15 and hit.234 with 14 home runs and 40 RBI in 84 games in his Major League debut led Major League rookies in doubles (21) and extra base hits (37) after the All-Star Break. 2 KHRIS DAVIS Current Streak: 3 games (4 for 11) Texas Series: 1-3, 2b, 2 rbi, 2 bb, Last Homestand: 8-27, 3 r, 3 2b, 7 rbi, hr, 3 bb, hbp, 7 so, 2 gidp Had his eight-game hitting streak snapped Friday night is now 18-for-53 (.340) with five home runs, 16 RBI and eight runs scored over his last 12 games after hitting.179 with one home run, five RBI and three runs scored over his first 11 contests. Is tied for fifth in the American League in extra base hits (13), is fourth in RBI (21), tied for seventh in doubles (7), tied for seventh in home runs (6), and is eighth in total bases (50) is MOST HOME RUNS IN MAJORS, 2016-PRESENT 91 Khris Davis 91 Giancarlo Stanton 86 Nelson Cruz 84 Edwin Encarnacion 82 Nolan Arenado 80 Brian Dozier also tied for sixth in grounded into double plays (4) and tied for 13th in strikeouts (26). Five of his six home runs have come with runners on base. Is a.297 (43-for-145) career hitter against Texas with 10 doubles, 18 home runs, 40 RBI, 21 walks, and 40 strikeouts in 42 games. Is batting.381 (8-for-21) in five starts as a left fielder,.239 (17-for-71) in 18 starts at designated hitter. Is one of four Athletics to start all 23 games (Chapman, Lowrie, Semien). Last Year: Hit a career-high 43 home runs after slugging 42 in 2016 to become the second player in Athletics history with back-to-back 40-homer seasons (Jimmie Foxx, ) added a career-high 110 RBI ranked second in the AL in HR and third in RBI. 23 MATT JOYCE Current Streak: 0 for 3 Texas Series: 0-1 Last Homestand: 3-9, 4 r, 3 2b, 5 bb, 3 so, sh, cs Struck out as a pinch hitter Friday night and is 1-for-6 (.167) with a double and an RBI in seven pinch hitting appearances ranks tied for first in the American League in pinch plate appearances has 35 career pinch hits, 16 of which are for extra bases (10 doubles, one triple, five home runs). Has started 12 games, all against right-handed pitchers last year, he made 109 of his 123 starts against righties over the last six years, he has made 456 of his 482 starts (94.6%) against righties is 1-for-4 (.250) with two walks and a hit by pitch against left-handed pitching this year. Was 3-for-9 (.333) with five walks on the homestand now has 16 walks for the season, which ranks tied for second in the AL (Judge, NYY 18). Has made 10 starts batting leadoff and is 4-for-9 (.444) with two doubles and a walk when leading off the game Is 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position. Last Year: Signed a two-year deal with the A s following the 2016 season and hit a career-high 25 home runs batted.225 with a.408 slugging percentage through the end of July and.278 with a.601 slugging percentage over the final two months. 8 JED LOWRIE Current Streak: 1 game (2 for 4) Texas Series: 2-4, r, 2b, bb Last Homestand: 10-28, 4 r, 2 2b, 2 hr, 9 rbi, 2 bb, 6 so Before Sunday s game, had hit safely and driven in a run in seven consecutive games, which is one short of the longest such streak in Oakland history the longest is eight by Miguel Tejada (twice: Sept. 8-22, 2001 and July 17-25, 2002) and Ben Grieve (June 14-23, 2000) was 15-for-32 (.469) with three doubles, three home runs, 12 RBI and five multiple hit games during the streak. Leads the majors with 35 hits, five games with three or more hits, and 10 milti-hit games is tied for first with seven go-ahead RBI (multiple) is second in total bases (60) and is third in batting average (.357) is tied for seventh in the American League in home runs (6), ranks tied for fifth in extra base hits (13), is sixth in slugging (.612), seventh in OPS (1.023), 10th in on-base percentage (.411), and tied for seventh in doubles (7) Had nine RBI in six games on the homestand and 16 RBI over his last 11 games. Is batting.375 (15-for-40) against left-handed pitching,.345 (20-for-58) against right-handers. Is batting.365 (31-for-85) with six home runs and 23 RBI in 20 games in April the home runs match his most ever in a month (also May, 2012 and June, 2012) and the RBI are second only to his 24 in Aug the 23 RBI match the most by an Athletic in the month of April over the last 12 years (Josh Donaldson, 2014) now has a.314 (219-for-697) career average in April with 22 home runs and 101 RBI, all his best single-month figures. Is a.249 (90-for-361) career hitter against Texas. Is one of four Athletics to start all 23 games (Chapman, Davis, Semien). Had a career-high tying four hits Friday night (eighth time, last: May 24, 2017 vs. Miami). Homered on his birthday for the first time in his career Tuesday night it marked the 24th time in Oakland history a player has homered on his birthday, the second time this year (Matt Olson, March 29) is now 7-for- 22 (.318) with two doubles, a home run and four RBI in seven career games on his birthday. Last Year: Set an Oakland record with 49 doubles, which ranked second in the majors and second in Athletics history to Al Simmons (53 in 1926) had the eighth best double total by a switch hitter in Major League history led the A s with a.277 batting average. 21 JONATHAN LUCROY Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Texas Series: 1-4, rbi, bb Last Homestand: 4-16, r, 2 r, 3 rbi, 2 bb, 2 so Is batting.326 (14-for-43) against right-handed pitching,.100 (2-for-20) against left-handers. Has struck out just seven times in his 18 games played spanning 71 plate appearances. Has started 17 of the A s first 23 games at catcher has thrown out 7-of-20 (35.0%) attempted base stealers, which is the third best percentage in the AL the seven caught stealings are tied for the most in the majors (Sisco, BAL) has tossed out 184 attempted base stealers dating back to 2010, which are the most by any Major League catcher over that span. Is batting.304 (14-for-46) at night,.118 (2-for-17) during the day. Is a.355 (11-for-31) career hitter against Texas in nine games played. Last Year: Began the season with Texas and was batting.242 with 4 HR and 27 RBI in 77 games when he was traded to Colorado July 30 hit.310 with 2 HR and 13 RBI in 46 games with the Rockies combined to bat.265 in 123 games overall. 13 BRUCE MAXWELL Current Streak: 0 for 7 Boston Series: 0-3 Last Homestand: 1-5, r, rbi, bb Is 1-for-10 (.100) over his last four games after going 3-for-11 (.273) over his first three contests. Has made six starts this year, all at catcher. Opponents have been successful in each of their six stolen base attempts off him. Batted.333 with two home runs and seven RBI in 19 spring training games. Last Year: Batted.237 with 3 HR and 22 RBI in 76 games over three stints with the A s combined to hit.211 with no extra base hits and no RBI over his first two stints then batted.240 with 12 doubles, 3 HR and 22 RBI over his final 67 games.
5 28 MATT OLSON Current Streak: 1 game (2 for 4) Texas Series: 2-4, r, bb Last Homestand: 8-23, 3 r, 2 2b, hr, 5 rbi, 2 bb, 10 so Had no strikeouts last night for the first time since April 3 had struck out 15 straight games (26 strikeouts total) and has 34 strikeouts for the season, which is tied for second most in the majors to Yoenis Cespedes (NYM), who has 37. Is batting.328 (19-for-58) at night,.185 (5-for-27) during the day. Had his first career four-hit game on Wednesday against Chicago (AL) and also walked twice became the second Athletic over the last 10 years to reach base safely six times in a game (Mark Canha, Sept. 15, 2015). Last Year: Batted.259 with 24 HR and 45 RBI in 59 games over six stints with the A s added 22 walks for a.352 on-base percentage slugged.651 and had a OPS tied for third among American League rookies in home runs and ranked eighth in RBI. 18 CHAD PINDER Current Streak: 2 games (3 for 5) Texas Series: 2-2, rbi Last Homestand: 2-15, 2b, 8 so Has hit safely in each of his six career at-bats against Texas starter Cole Hamels, with three doubles and three home runs. Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list April 16 and is 4-for-17 (.235) in six games since his return. Is 8-for-19 (.421) against left-handed pitching, 0-for-11 against righthanders. Has started seven games in left field and one in right field has also appeared in games in center field and at second base. Was on the A s Opening Day roster and went 4-for-13 (.308) with a home run and RBI in four games before he was placed on the 10-day DL April 7 retroactive to April 6 with a hyperextended left knee. Went 2-for-7 (.286) with a run, double, home run, RBI, walk and strikeout on a two-game rehab assignment with Single-A Stockton on April 14 and 15 started at second base and in right field. Hit.224 with two doubles, three home runs and four RBI in 20 games this spring played every position except pitcher, catcher and center field (eight games in left field, three at third base, three at second base, two at shortstop, two at first base and two in right field). Last Year: The A s rookie utility player batted.238 with 15 HR and 42 RBI in 87 games ranked ninth among AL rookies in home runs and RBI and 10th in extra base hits (31) is the first rookie in Oakland history to start at least one game at six different positions. 10 MARCUS SEMIEN Current Streak: 3 games (6 for 13) Texas Series: 2-6, 2 r, hr, rbi Last Homestand: 7-25, 7 r, hr, 3 rbi, 2b, 4 bb, 5 so, 2 sf, 2 sb, gidp Is hitting.256 (22-for-86) in April after going 5-for-14 (.357) in three games in March to start the season. Is batting.343 (12-for-35) against left-handed pitching compared to.231 (15-for-65) against right-handers. Is hitting.314 (11-for-35) with runners on base,.246 (16-for-65) with the bases empty is 7-for-14 (.500) with runners in scoring position Is one of four Athletics to start all 23 games (Chapman, Davis, Lowrie). Went 0-for-4 last Tuesday night to snap his season-opening streak of 17 consecutive games in which he reached base safely. Is a career.262 (60-for-229) hitter against Texas in 57 games. Last Year: Batted.249 with 10 HR and 40 RBI in 85 games in a season shortened by a stint on the disabled list from April 15 to July 5 missed 74 games while on the DL after playing in all but 10 games over the previous two seasons stole a career-high 12 bases. 5 JAKE SMOLINSKI Current Streak: 2 games (2 for 5) Texas Series: 1-2, r, 3b, 2 rbi Last Homestand: 1-3, 2b Mad a start Sunday for the first time since April 13 at Seattle. Started the season 0-for-6, singled in the fourth inning on April 5 against Texas and was 0-for-12 before doubling Sunday. Drove in two runs yesterday to snap a 44-game streak without an RBI that is the longest such streak in Oakland history, surpassing Ted Martinez from May 26-Sept. 20, 1975 his last RBI came on Aug. 31, 2016 at Houston. Has a career-high 56-game homerless streak and has not homered since Aug. 17, 2016 at Texas. Is 3-for-21 (.143) in April and is a.129 (8-for-62) career hitter in the month, which is his lowest mark for any month of the season. Last Year: Missed nearly the entire season after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder during Spring Training was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list Sept. 1 and hit.259 with a double in 16 games with the A s. 25 STEPHEN PISCOTTY Current Streak: 0 for 4 Texas Series: 0-4, r, bb, so Last Homestand: 10-25, 6 r, 5 2b, 5 rbi, 2 bb, 6 so, sf Had his eight-game hitting streak snapped Friday night and is now batting.340 (16-for-47) over his last 11 games after hitting.194 over his first 10 contests. Is 5-for-17 (.294) with runners in scoring position. Has started 22 of the A s 23 games in right field (did not play on April 4). Has grounded into five double plays, which is tied for the American League lead (multiple). Last Year: Batted.235 with nine home runs and 39 RBI in 107 games in a season interrupted by two stints on the disabled list missed a total of 28 games due to injuries drew a career-high 52 walks for a.342 on-base percentage. A S HITTING VS. TEXAS 2018 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Canha Chapman Davis Joyce Lowrie Lucroy Maxwell Olson Pinder Piscotty Semien Smolinski others TOTALS A S CAREER HITTING VS. HAMELS PLAYER BAT AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Marcus Semien R Jonathan Lucroy R Khris Davis R Jed Lowrie S Jake Smolinski R Mark Canha R Matt Chapman R Chad Pinder R Trevor Cahill R Stephen Piscotty R Josh Phegley R Matt Joyce L Matt Olson L Franklin Barreto R
6 HIGHS AND LOWS CLUB Longest Winning Streak...4, April 15 to 19 Longest Winning Streak, Home...3, April 16 to 19 Longest Winning Streak, Road... 2, April 15 to present Longest Losing Streak...3, March 30 to April 1 Longest Losing Streak, Home...3, March 30 to April 1 Longest Losing Streak, Road...2 (twice), last: April 13 to present Most Runs, Game, A s... 16, April 11 at Los Angeles (NL) Most Runs, Game, Opponents... 13, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Runs, Inning, A s... 6, April 23 at Texas (9th) Most Runs, Inning, Opponents... 5, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) (2nd)... 5, April 13 at Seattle (7th)...5, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL) (7th) Largest Margin, Victory... 10, April 11 at Los Angeles (NL) (16-6) Largest Margin, Loss...5, April 8 at Los Angeles (AL) (1-6)... 5, March 31 vs. Los Angeles (AL) (3-8) Most Hits, Game, A s... 21, April 11 at Los Angeles (NL) Most Hits, Game, Opponents...17, April 14 at Seattle Most Hits, Inning, A s...7, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL) (2nd) Most Hits, Inning, Opponents... 5, April 20 vs. Boston (6th)...5, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL) (4th) Most Home Runs, Game, A s...5, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Home Runs, Game, Opponents... 4, April 14 at Seattle Most Doubles, Game, A s... 5, April 17 vs. Chicago (AL) Most Doubles, Game, Opponents... 6, March 31 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Most Triples, Game, A s... 2, April 23 at Texas Most Triples, Game, Opponents... 1 (twice), last: March 31 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Most Stolen Bases, Game, A s... 1 (five times), last: April 21 vs. Boston Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponents... 5, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Most Strikeouts, A s Pitchers...14, April 17 vs. Chicago (AL) Most Strikeouts, Opponents Pitchers...13, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL)... 13, April 3 vs. Texas Most Walks, A s Pitchers... 6, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Most Walks, Opponents Pitchers...12, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Fewest Hits Allowed, A s Pitchers... 0, April 21 vs. Boston Fewest Hits Allowed, Opponents Pitchers...3, April 8 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game...10, April 23 at Texas...10, April 20 vs. Boston... 10, April 5 vs. Texas... 10, April 3 vs. Texas Most Left on Base, Extra Inning Game...15, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Fewest Left on Base, Game...3, April 8 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Errors, Game... 3, April 14 at Seattle Largest Comeback in Win... 5, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss...6, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL) INDIVIDUAL Grand Slams... None Pinch Hit Home Runs... None Lead Off Home Runs... None Inside-The-Park Home Runs... None Game Ending Home Runs... None Back-to-Back Home Runs...Matt Joyce and Marcus Semien, April 6 at Los Angeles (AL)... Khris Davis and Matt Olson, March 29 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Longest Hitting Streak...9, Marcus Semien, April 2 to , Matt Chapman, March 30 to April 7 Most Runs, Game... 3, Marcus Semien, April 21 vs. Boston... 3, Mark Canha, April 17 vs. Chicago (AL)... 3, Marcus Semien, April 11 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Hits, Game...4, Jed Lowrie, April 20 vs. Boston...4, Matt Olson, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Most Doubles, Game... 2 (four times), last: Jed Lowrie, April 20 vs. Boston Most Triples, Game... 1 (five times), last: Matt Chapman/Jake Smolinski, April 23 at Texas Most Home Runs, Game... 2, Khris Davis, April 13 at Seattle Most Runs Batted In, Game...4 (four times), last: Davis, April 22 vs. Boston Most Walks, Game...3, Matt Chapman, April 17 vs. Chicago (AL)...3, Matt Joyce, April 13 at Seattle Most Strikeouts, Game... 3 (14 times), last: Jed Lowrie, April 22 vs. Boston Most Stolen Bases, Game...1 (four times), last: Marcus Semien, April 21 vs. Boston Longest Winning Streak... 2, Sean Manaea, April 15 to present...2, Daniel Mengden, April 11 to present...2, Chris Hatcher, March 29 to present Longest Losing Streak...4, Kendall Graveman, April 3 to present Most Strikeouts, Game... 10, Sean Manaea, April 21 vs. Boston Most Walks, Game... 4, Kendall Graveman, April 8 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Innings, Game, Starter , Sean Manaea, April 21 vs. Boston Most Innings, Game, Reliever , Josh Lucas, April 20 vs. Boston...3.0, Blake Treinen, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL)...3.0, Lou Trivino, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Low Hit Complete Game...0, Sean Manaea, April 21 vs. Boston Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings , Sean Manaea, April 15 to present Most Consecutive Batters Retired... 14, Sean Manaea, April 21 GENERAL Longest Game, Innings...14, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Longest Game, Time, Nine Innings...3:50, April 11 at Los Angeles (NL) Longest Game, Time, Extra Innings... 5:48, April 18 vs. Chicago (AL) Shortest Game, Time... 2:16, April 21 vs. Boston Largest Crowd, Home...46,028, April 17 vs. Chicago (AL) (free admission)...29,804, April 22 vs. Boston Smallest Crowd, Home... 7,416, April 2 vs. Texas Largest Crowd, Road... 49,394, April 11 at Los Angeles (NL) Smallest Crowd, Road...17,060, April 23 at Texas Postponement, Rain, Home... None Postponement, Rain, Road... None MULTIPLE HIT GAMES PLAYER TOT Canha Chapman Davis Joyce Lowrie Lucroy Maxwell Olson Pinder Piscotty Powell Semien Smolinski MULTIPLE RBI GAMES PLAYER TOT Canha Chapman Davis Joyce Lowrie Lucroy Maxwell Olson Pinder Piscotty Powell Semien Smolinski GAME TYING/GO-AHEAD RBI PLAYER GT GA TOT Canha Chapman Davis Joyce Lowrie Lucroy Maxwell Olson Pinder Piscotty Powell Semien Smolinski STARTS IN THE BATTING ORDER Player Canha Chapman Davis Joyce Lowrie Lucroy Maxwell Olson Pinder Piscotty Powell Semien Smolinski Thompson GAMES BY POSITION C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH Player G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS Barreto Canha Chapman Davis Joyce Lowrie Lucroy Maxwell Olson Pinder Piscotty Powell Semien Smolinski Thompson