1 O AKLAND A THLETICS Game Information Oakland Athletics Baseball Company 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland, CA A s PR on Alerts OAKLAND ATHLETICS (35-47) VS. MINNESOTA TWINS (27-54) MONDAY, JULY 4, 2016 TARGET FIELD 1:10 P.M. CDT RHP KENDALL GRAVEMAN (3-6, 4.84) VS. RHP RICKY NOLASCO (3-6, 5.31) CSNCA A S RADIO NETWORK (95.7 FM THE GAME) ABOUT THE A S: Have a four-game losing streak after winning six of the previous seven contests are now 7-6 over the first 13 days of this 20-day stretch without a day off that takes the A s into the All-Star Break are (.386) since the start of May after going (.520) in April are (.427) for the season, which is the fourth worst record in the American League are in fourth place in the AL West for the ninth consecutive day and trail first place Texas by 16½ games, which is one-half game short of the season high since divisional play began in 1969, this is just the fourth time in Oakland history the A s have trailed by 16½ or more games before the All-Star Break (1979, 1986 and 2001) have spent one day in sole possession of first place, five days tied for first, four days in second, four days tied for second, 15 days in third, eight days tied for third, 25 days in fourth, nine days tied for fourth and 20 days in fifth. OFFENSE: The A s had their season-best streak of 10 consecutive games with a home run end Saturday, and have now gone homerless in two consecutive games now have 15 home runs in the last 12 games nine of the A s last 12 home runs and 16 of the last 25 have come with runners on base are batting.272 (198-for-728) with 110 runs scored over the last 21 games (5.2 runs per game) for the season, have the lowest on-base percentage in the American League (.306), rank second in fewest walks (202) and fewest strikeouts (549) and tied for fifth in fewest doubles (133). STARTING PITCHING: A s starting pitchers have allowed 21 runs in 20.1 innings over the last four games (9.30 ERA) after yielding 28 runs in 74.2 innings over the previous 13 contests (2.89 ERA) are with a 5.14 ERA (250 er in ip) for the season have the second fewest innings pitched in the American League, are tied for the most losses, have the third highest ERA, and tied for third in fewest wins are one of five AL teams without a complete game and the A s streak of 133 consecutive games without a complete game is second longest in Athletics history (151, July 9, 2008-July 5, 2009) and the second longest active streak in the AL (Baltimore, 267) have used 11 different starting pitchers, which is the most in the AL and second most in the majors (Cincinnati, 12). PITCHING: The A s have compiled a 5.13 ERA (103 er in ip) over the last 20 games and have a 4.75 ERA for the season, which is second highest in the American League also have the second highest opponents batting average (.273), third highest and on-base percentage (.338) and fourth highest slugging percentage (.440). DEFENSIVE DOINGS: The A s have gone nine consecutive games without an error, which is their longest errorless streak since a 10-game streak from Aug. 28-Sept. 8, 2007 however, have committed 53 errors for the season, which is tied for third most in the American League rank second in the AL in double plays (89) A s outfielders have nine assists, which is tied with San Francisco for second fewest in the majors (St. Louis, 8). HOME AND AWAY: The A s went 1-4 on their most recent five-game homestand against San Francisco (1-1) and Pittsburgh (0-3) are (.395) at home for the season, which is tied for the second worst home record in the American League today marks the first game of a seven-game road trip to Minnesota (three games) and Houston (four games) went 5-1 on the last road trip to Los Angeles-AL (3-1) and San Francisco (2-0) and are (.462) on the road it was their first winning road trip of six or more games since June 3-11, 2014 (5-4) and their best record on a road trip of four or more games since Sept , 2013 (5-1) started the year 7-0 on the road, went 5-20 from April 23 to June 11 and are 6-1 over the last seven games are batting.241 (341-for-1417) at home compared to.267 (370- for-1386) on the road have the third lowest home batting average in the AL and the fifth highest road batting average have a 4.15 ERA (179 er in ip) at home compared to 5.44 (204 er in ip) on the road have the second highest road ERA in the majors (Cincinnati, 6.06). EXTRA INNINGS AND ONE-RUN GAMES: The A s fell to 2-2 in extra inning games with the loss on Saturday it was their first extra inning game at home since Aug. 18, 2015 vs. Los Angeles (NL), snapping a streak of 60 consecutive home games without an extra inning game that was the second longest such streak in Oakland history (74, May 29, 1970-May 2, 1971) have lost 10 of their last 14 one-run games after winning five of the first eight are 9-13 (.409) in one-run games for the season, which is the third worst record in the American League. LEFT AND RIGHT: The A s are 9-11 (.450) in games in which the opponent starts a left-handed pitcher compared to (.419) against righties the 20 games against left-handed starters are tied for fourth fewest in the American League are batting.262 against left-handed pitchers,.251 against right-handers. IN THE PINCH: A s pinch hitters are 2 for their last 14 (.143) and are batting.219 (14-for-64) for the season are tied for the American League lead in RBI (11) and rank second in hits (14) and plate appearances (65) are the only team without a pinch walk. TIME OF GAME: The A s have played three of their four longest nineinning games of the season in the last six days (3:53 on Tuesday, 3:43 on Saturday, 3:35 yesterday) and are averaging 3:18 over the last 10 games (1976 minutes) however, are averaging 2 hours and 59 minutes per game for the season, which is tied for the second fastest in the majors. IN JUNE: The A s finished June with an (.423) record it marked the first time they had a losing record in June since going 9-17 in 2011 the offense struck out 158 times, which was the fewest in the majors had the third fewest stolen bases in the AL in June (7), tied for the third fewest home runs (28) and had the fourth lowest slugging percentage (.423) trailed first place Texas by 15½ games at the end of the month, which is the A s third largest deficit in the West at the end of June since divisional play began in 1969 (23 in 1979, 20 in 2001). THE DISABLED LIST: The A s placed Fernando Rodriguez on the 15- day disabled list and Andrew Lambo on the 60-day DL today...now have 11 players on the DL (Alvarez, Bassitt, Canha, Doolittle, Doubront, Fuld, Lambo, Parker, Phegley, Rodriguez, Sogard) Alvarez, Bassitt, Canha, Doubront, Fuld, Lambo, Parker and Sogard are on the 60-day DL have used the disabled list 20 times this year and players on the DL have combined to miss 760 games (38.0 games per stint) factoring in retroactive placements, the A s have had at least nine players on the DL every day since May 9 have had at least six players on the DL all year have had at least three players on the DL every day since July 30, 2011 have not had fewer than two players on the DL since the end of the 2006 season when they had just one. A s vs. TWINS: The A s lead the season series 3-0 after sweeping a threegame series in Oakland, May 30-June 1 the third victory was the 1,000th win for the Athletics franchise (Philadelphia, Kansas City, Oakland) against the Twins/Senators franchise the Twins/Senators are the only team the A s have defeated 1,000 times the A s won the season series in four of the previous five years and are (.697) against the Twins since the start of the 2012 season have won 16 of the last 19 games in the Coliseum since moving to Oakland in 1968, the A s are against Minnesota that includes in Oakland and in Minnesota are at Target Field are all-time against the Twins and have a record against the Twins/Senators. TODAY S TIDBITS Khris Davis is batting.33 (25-for-75) with five home runs, 17 RBI and 14 runs scored over his last 19 games Ryan Dull has stranded all 34 of his inherited runners and opponents are 1-for-46 (.022) with runners in scoring position his streak of stranding inherited runners is the longest to start a season in the expansion era (credit: Elias)...Marcus Semien has five home runs in his last 11 games and 17 for the season, which is a career high, the most among American League shortstops and tied for third among Major League shortstops. THIS DATE IN A S HISTORY In 1905 Rube Waddell defeats Boston s Cy Young in a 20-inning marathon in the afternoon game of a doubleheader, 4-2 A s catcher Ossee Schreckengost works all 29 innings of the doubleheader to set a major league record in 1974 California s Winston Llenas hits a pinch hit home run off Vida Blue in the sixth inning to end Oakland s club record streak of 136 2/3 innings without allowing a home run in 1988 Mark McGwire homers in the 16th inning for the second consecutive day as the A s defeat the Cleveland Indians 4-2 McGwire has a solo shot in the 16th inning the day before at Toronto as the A s have a two-day span where they play 32 innings and 9 hours and 54 minutes of baseball in two cities. PITCHING PROBABLES Tue., July 5 at Minnesota LHP Sean Manaea (3-4, 5.40) vs. LHP Tommy Milone (0-2, 6.23) 5:10 CSNCA/95.7 FM The Game Wed., July 6 at Minnesota RHP Sonny Gray (3-7, 5.42) vs. RHP Ervin Santana (2-7, 4.50) 10:10 CSNCA/95.7 FM The Game Get the latest A s notes, full stat packets, clips, press releases, roster, updated media guide and more at World Champions American League Champions
2 TODAY S STARTING PITCHER: Kendall Graveman (3-6, 4.84 ERA) LAST EIGHT STARTS: Has allowed two runs or fewer in six of his last eight starts and is 2-1 with a 3.98 ERA (19 er in 43.0 ip) over that span went 1-1 with a 2.04 ERA over his first three starts and was 0-4 with a 9.31 ERA in four starts in between (April 25-May 14). TWO GAME WINNING STREAK: Is 2-0 with a 4.09 ERA (15 er in 33.0 ip) and.308 (40-for-130) opponents batting average over his last six starts it marks just the third time in his career he has put together back-to-back wins the longest winning streak of his career is three from June 24 to July 4, OPPONENTS BATTING: Opponents have grounded into 11 double plays, which is tied for 10th most in the American League has allowed two home runs over his last eight starts (43.0 ip) after surrendering 10 long balls over his first seven starts (37.0 ip) has issued 20 of his 27 walks this year and 44 of 65 in his career to left-handed hitters has a.309 (38-for-123) opponents batting average the first time through the lineup,.246 (29-for-118) the second time and.372 (29-for-78) after that the opponents two and three hitters are batting a combined.377 (29-for-77) off him has allowed a.148 (19-for-128) batting average with two strikes. RUN SUPPORT: Has received two runs of support or fewer in seven of his 15 starts this year, including no runs three times and one run three times his season run support average of 3.83 (34 rs in 80.0 ip) is 10th lowest in the American League among pitchers with at least 70 innings pitched is 0-5 in seven starts with two runs of support or fewer, 3-1 in seven starts with three runs of support or more is now 1-14 in 20 career starts with two runs of support or fewer, 8-1 in 16 starts with three runs of support or more. HOME AND AWAY: Is 1-3 with a 2.97 ERA (12 er in 36.1 ip) and.246 (34- for-138) opponents batting average in six starts at home compared to 2-3 with a 6.39 ERA (31 er in 43.2 ip) and.343 (62-for-181) opponents batting average in nine starts on the road has surrendered just two home runs in 36.1 innings at home compared to 10 in 43.2 innings on the road. MONTH BY MONTH: Went 1-0 with a 4.33 ERA in five starts in June was 1-4 with a 5.87 ERA in six starts in May his May loss total tied for second in the American League it was the first time he has lost four games in a month in his career went 1-2 with a 4.03 ERA in four starts in April. THIS AND THAT: Has tossed fewer than six innings in 10 of his 15 starts, including fewer than five innings five times has a streak of 27 consecutive starts of seven innings or fewer dating back to June 18 of last year, which is the fifth longest such streak in Oakland history is 3-11 with a 5.16 ERA (68 er in ip) over his last 23 starts dating back to July 10, 2015 was 6-4 with a 3.20 ERA over the first 18 games of his career allowed a career-high 10 hits in back-to-back starts on April 25 at Detroit and May 2 against Seattle and is the first A s pitcher with at least 10 hits in back-toback starts since Brandon McCarthy (April 16-21, 2012) allowed four hits or fewer in each of his first three starts, joining John Odom (1969) and Mike Norris (1980) as the only pitchers in Oakland history on an Opening Day roster to allow four hits or fewer while tossing five innings or more in each of their first three starts. LOSING STREAKS SNAPPED: Defeated Minnesota May 30 to snap his losing streak at five games had a 7.92 ERA and.361 opponents batting average during the losing streak, which spanned five starts from April 25 to May 19 the losing streak fell one short of his career high of six, which he ended with his first win of the season this year on April 20 compiled a 5.52 ERA and.276 opponents batting average during that losing streak, which spanned nine starts from July 10, 2015 to April 7, 2016 it was the longest losing streak by an A s pitcher since Tyson Ross lost eight straight from May 19 to Sept. 24, START-BY-START: He was the losing pitcher in the A s 6-1 loss to Chicago (AL) April 7 in Oakland the scored was tied at 0-0 when allowed a two-run home run to Abreu in the sixth had a no decision in the A s 5-4 loss to Los Angeles (AL) on April 12 in Oakland allowed just one run in 6.0 innings and it came in the second inning when Simmons grounded into a double play left with a 3-1 lead was the winning pitcher in the A s 5-2 win at New York (AL) on April 20 it was his first win since July 4, 2015 against Seattle struck out a career-high eight batters on a careerhigh tying 111 pitches struck out in the fifth inning in his first professional at bat was the losing pitcher in the A s 7-3 loss at Detroit April 25 allowed a career-high 10 hits and left after 4.2 innings trailing 6-0 was the losing pitcher in the A s 4-3 loss to Seattle May 2 in Oakland allowed a career-high tying 10 hits for the second consecutive start was the losing pitcher in the A s 11-3 loss at Baltimore on May 8 yielded a career-high four home runs, which are the most allowed by an A s starting pitcher since May 6, 2013 at Cleveland when Jarrod Parker also allowed four home runs lost his fourth consecutive start in the A s 6-0 loss at Tampa Bay May 14 allowed a two-run home run to Miller in the third inning and two more runs in the sixth Andriese shut out the A s on two hits, no walks and a hit batter was the losing pitcher in the A s 4-1 to New York (AL) in Oakland on May 19 allowed a RBI double to Beltran in the third inning and a RBI double to Hicks in the sixth inning had a no decision in the A s 6-5 loss at Seattle May 24 tossed just 4.2 innings and allowed two runs yielded a RBI double to Cano in the first and a RBI single to Cruz in the third picked up his second win of the season in the A s 3-2 win over Minnesota May 30 in Oakland allowed a RBI single to Centeno in the second and a Dozier sacrifice fly in the fifth had a no decision in the A s 6-5 loss at Houston in 12 innings on June 4 the A s scored three times in the second but he allowed three in the bottom of the second on a two-run home run by Gattis and a Marisnick sacrifice fly also allowed a Rasmus RBI double in the third and a Correa RBI single in the fifth and left after 4.1 innings trailing 5-3 the A s scored single runs in the sixth and ninth innings to get him off the hook he had a no decision in the A s 6-1 win at Cincinnati June 12 the A s scored four times in the second inning and he allowed his only run in the bottom of the second on a RBI double by Cabrera had a 4-1 lead when he allowed a lead off single to Votto in the fifth inning was relieved by Rodriguez who got the final two outs of that inning and pitched a scoreless sixth for the win had a no decision in the A s 3-2 win over Los Angeles June 17 in Oakland allowed just one run in seven innings of work, a one-out solo home run by Calhoun in the third inning retired each of the final 13 batters he faced left after seven innings with a 2-1 lead but Madson allowed a run in the ninth inning for the blown save it was the second time this year the A s bullpen blew a save in one of his start and both have come against the Angels (April 12) Burns had a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the ninth for the win was the winning pitcher in the A s 5-4 win at Los Angeles (AL) June 23 shutout the Angels on three hits over the first three innings and had a 4-0 lead when he allowed two runs in the fourth on a Giavotella RBI single and a Bandy sacrifice fly those were the only runs he would allow in 6.2 innings of work. LAST START: He had a no decision in the A s win at San Francisco last Tuesday allowed a two-run double to Crawford in the third inning and a two-run single to Pagan in the fourth was pinch hit for in the sixth inning when the A s scored four times to take a 5-4 lead Axford came on to pitch the bottom of the sixth and allowed three runs for the blown save. GRAVEMAN S 2016 STARTS Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR #PIT April 7 Chicago (AL) 1-6 L April 12 Los Angeles (AL) April 20 at New York (AL) 5-2 W April 25 at Detroit 3-7 L April Totals (4 games, 4 starts) May 2 Seattle 3-4 L May 8 at Baltimore 3-11 L May 14 at Tampa Bay 0-6 L May 19 New York (AL) 1-4 L May 24 at Seattle May 30 Minnesota 3-2 W May Totals (6 games, 6 starts) June 4 at Houston 5-6 (12) June 12 at Cincinnati June 17 Los Angeles (AL) June 23 at Los Angeles (AL) 5-4 W June 28 at San Francisco June Totals (5 games, 5 starts) GRAVEMAN vs. MINNESOTA: Was the winning pitcher in his only career appearance, a start earlier this year in the A s 3-2 win in Oakland on May 30 the A s scored a run in the first STARTS VS. MINNESOTA DATE H/A DEC IP H R ER BB SO 5/30/16 H W but he allowed a RBI single to Centeno in the second also allowed a Dozier sacrifice fly in the fifth inning, but the A s tied the game in the bottom of the fifth and took the lead for good in the sixth. GRAVEMAN S CAREER MATCHUPS VS. MINNESOTA Player Bat AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Juan Centeno L Brian Dozier R Eduardo Escobar S Robbie Grossman S Joe Mauer L Eduardo Nunez R Miguel Sano R Danny Santana S GRAVEMAN 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 GRAVEMAN S CAREER HIGHS Low Hit CG: 8, 6/13/15 at LAA IP: 8.0, 6/13/15 at LAA Fewest IP, GS: 1.1, 7/26/15 at SF H: 10 (twice), last: 5/2/16 vs. SEA R: 8, 4/9/15 vs. TEX ER: 7, 4/9/15 vs. TEX BB: 4, 4/14/15 at HOU SO: 8, 4/20/16 at NYY HR: 4, 5/8/16 at BAL Pitches: 111 (3 times), last: 4/20/16 at NYY Win Streak: 3, 6/24/15 to 7/4/15 Loss Streak: 6, 7/10/15 to 4/7/16 Scoreless Streak: 19.0, 6/24/15 to 7/10/15 Complete Games: 1, 6/13/15 at LAA Shutouts: None TOMORROW S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER LHP Sean Manaea (3-4, 5.40 ERA): Was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list last Wednesday and started and won that night against San Francisco in a 7-1 A s win (5.2 ip, 6 h, 1 bb, 4 so) was placed on the 15-day DL June 14 with a left pronator strain was 2-4 with a 6.02 ERA in nine starts at the time of the injury is 3-3 with a 3.61 ERA and.248 opponents batting average over his last seven starts after going 0-1 with a ERA and.382 opponents average over his first three starts is scheduled to make just his third road start of the season, compared to eight starts at home is 0-2 with a ERA and.372 opponents average in two starts on the road, 3-2 with a 3.97 ERA and.260 opponents batting average in eight starts at home was the winning pitcher in his only career appearance against Minnesota, a start earlier this year in a 5-1 win in Oakland (6.0 ip, 5 h, 1 r, 1 er, 3 bb, 8 so).
3 ATHLETICS BULLPEN BRIEFS TEAM 14-10, 4.16 ERA (133 er in ip) Saves/Opportunities: 21-for-30 (70.0%) The A s bullpen has compiled a 5.42 ERA (44 er in 73.0 ip) and.315 (92-for-292) opponents batting average over its last 20 games dating back to June 13...now has a 4.98 ERA (108 er in ip) over its last 55 games after posting a 2.42 ERA in its first 27 games. Has tossed innings, which is the most in the American League and third most in the majors. Has allowed 29-of-140 (20.7%) inherited runners to score, which is the second best percentage in the AL (Houston, 15.2%). Tied for first in the AL in opponents grounded into double plays (31), fourth in fewest walks per nine innings (2.88) and tied for fourth in fewest losses (10)...is tied for fourth in most home runs allowed (36). Ranks second in the AL in first batter strikeouts (70), has the third lowest first batter slugging percentage (.325) and the fifth lowest first batter on-base percentage (.290). 61 RHP JOHN AXFORD Last Outing: 7/3 vs. Pittsburgh (ND, 0.2 ip, 3 h, 2 r, 2 er, 0 bb, 0 so, 1 hr) Saves/Opportunities: 1-5 Inherited Runners/Scored: 11/5 First Hitters: 11-35, bb Has allowed 12 runs in his last 10 games (6.0 ip, ERA) after yielding a total of eight runs in his first 26 contests (2.70 ERA)...has a 5.51 ERA overall, which is the seventh highest in the American League. Is tied for third among AL relievers in blown saves (4). Has allowed nine of his 20 runs in sixth inning has a 3.19 ERA (11 er in 31.0 ip) from the seventh inning on. Has a.400 (12-for-30) opponents batting average with runners in scoring position, including.471 (8-for-17) with RISP and two outs. Has a save in two games against the Twins (1.2 ip, 3 h, 2 so). Last Year: Was 4-5 with a 4.20 ERA and a team-leading 25 saves in 60 relief appearances with Colorado had a 2.70 ERA and.216 opponents average on the road, a 5.59 ERA and.298 opponents average at Coors Field. 66 RHP RYAN DULL Last Outing: 7/2 vs. Pittsburgh (ND, 1.0 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 1 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 34/0 First Hitters: 2-35, 2 bb Has a 0.50 ERA (1 er in 18.0 ip) and.097 (6-for-62) opponents batting average over his last 18 games dating back to May 25. Has stranded all 34 of his inherited runners...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, the 34 inherited runners are the most in the Expansion Era (since 1961) to start a season without allowing an inherited runner to score...is tied for second in the majors in inherited runners overall (Rzepczynski, 40). Opponents are 1-for-46 (.022) with runners in scoring position, including 0-for-25 with RISP and two outs the 25 at bats with RISP and two outs are the most in the majors among pitchers that have not allowed a hit. First batters faced are 2-for-35 (.057) with no extra base hits and two walks (.108 on-base percentage) the on-base percentage ranks second in the American League and the batting average and slugging percentage rank third. Leads AL rookies and is tied for 11th among all AL pitchers in games pitched (37). Ranks second among AL relievers in opponents on-base percentage (.200) and batting average (.154), and fifth in innings (41.1). Has a win in two games against the Twins (2.1 ip, 2 h, 1 bb, 1 so). Last Year: Was named the A s Organizational Pitcher of the Year after going 3-2 with 12 saves and a 0.74 ERA in 47 games with Midland and Nashville made his ML debut in September and went 1-2 with a save and a 4.24 ERA in 13 games. 31 RHP LIAM HENDRIKS Last Outing: 7/3 vs. Pittsburgh (ND, 1.1 ip, 1 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 1 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 10/0 First Hitters: 5-18 Was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list on June 19 and has a 1.86 ERA (2 er in 9.2 ip) and.270 (10-for-37) opponents batting average in seven games since his return...logged an 8.27 ERA and.394 opponents average in 11 games before he was placed on the DL. Ranks fourth among American League relievers in strikeouts per walk (8.67) and fourth in fewest walks per nine innings (1.04)...however, has the third highest opponents batting average (.352). Has a 2.35 ERA (4 er in 15.1 ip) in nine games at night, a ERA (13 er in 10.2 ip) in nine games during the day. Has a 0.96 ERA (1 er in 9.1 ip) in three games, including one start, in his career against the Twins...signed with Minnesota as an amateur free agent in 2007 and spent the first three seasons of his career with the Twins ( )...was 2-13 with a 6.06 ERA in 30 games, including 28 starts. Was placed on the 15-day disabled list May 10 retroactive to May 8 with a strained right triceps and missed 37 games. Last Year: Pitched exclusively in relief for the first time in his career and was 5-0 with a 2.92 ERA in 58 games with Toronto had career highs in games and strikeouts (71) and career lows in ERA and opponents batting average (.240). 44 RHP RYAN MADSON Last Outing: 7/2 vs. Pittsburgh (ND, 1.0 ip, 1 h, 0 r, 0 er, 1 ibb, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: Inherited Runners/Scored: 3/0 First Hitters: 7-31, 3 bb Has a 3.29 ERA (5 er in 13.2 ip) and has converted 4-of-5 save opportunities in 13 games since May 29 logged a 1.02 ERA and was a perfect 11-for-11 in saves over his first 18 games but had two blown saves and a ERA over a three-game stretch in between (May 17-24). Has a 0.73 ERA (1 er in 12.1 ip) in 13 games during the day, a 4.15 ERA (10 er in 21.2 ip) in 21 games at night. Has a 4.70 ERA (8 er in 15.1 ip) in 16 games against AL West teams, a 1.45 ERA (3 er in 18.2 ip) in 18 games against all other opponents. Became the second pitcher in Oakland history to get a save while allowing three runs in less than three innings last Tuesday (Jeff Jones, May 1, 1981 vs. New York). Has a save in two games against the Twins (2.0 ip, 1 bb, 2 so). Last Year: Returned to the majors for the first time since 2011 and was 1-2 with three saves and a career-low 2.13 ERA in 68 appearances with Kansas City also had career lows in opponents batting (.205) and on-base percentage (.254). 35 LHP MARC RZEPCZYNSKI Last Outing: 7/3 vs. Pittsburgh (ND, 0.1 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 1 bb, 1 ibb, 1 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 40/14 First Hitters: 10-36, 3 bb Has not allowed a run in 14 of his last 16 games (2 er in 10.2 ip, 1.69 ERA) but has allowed 9-of-18 (50.0%) inherited runners to score. Leads the majors in inherited runners (40) and is tied for second in most inherited runners scored (14). Has tossed less than one inning in 27 of his 39 appearances...the 39 games are tied for sixth in the American League. Has a 1.21 ERA (3 er in 22.1 ip) in 29 games with one day of rest or more, a ERA (6 er in 5.0 ip) in 10 games with no days rest. Has a 15-game, 9.1-inning scoreless streak against the Twins dating back to Sept. 27, is 1-0 with a 1.32 ERA (4 er in 27.1 ip) in 23 games, including two starts, in his career against Minnesota. Last Year: Began the season with Cleveland and went 2-3 with a 4.43 ERA in 45 games before he was traded to San Diego July 31 was 0-1 with a 7.36 ERA in 27 games with the Padres and combined for a 5.66 ERA in 72 games overall. 68 LHP PATRICK SCHUSTER Last Outing: 7/2 vs. Oklahoma City-AAA (ND, 1.2 ip, 1 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 1 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 0-0 Was selected from Triple-A Nashville today and will be making his Major League debut. Has been a member of six different organizations in a eight-year professional career but has pitched for just three of those was originally drafted by Arizona in 2009 and pitched in the D-backs farm system before a June 21, 2015 trade to Cincinnati was a member of the Houston, San Diego and Kansas City organizations after being selected in the 2011 Rule 5 draft but did not pitch in a regular season game for any of those teams before returning to the D-backs. Is with six saves and a 3.29 ERA in 286 games, including 31 starts, in his career in the minors. Has a.206 opponents batting average with Nashville, including.193 against left-handed hitters and.217 against right-handers...has not allowed a home run...his complete 2016 minor league stats: W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Spent the entire season in Double-A where he was 2-2 with a 3.33 ERA in 52 relief appearances...began the year at Mobile in the D-backs organization, was traded to the Reds on June 21 and spent the rest of the season at Pensacola. 60 RHP ANDREW TRIGGS Last Outing: 7/1 vs. Pittsburgh (ND, 1.0 ip, 1 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 0 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 7/3 First Hitters: 2-11, bb Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville today for his seventh stint with the A s this year. Has a 3.09 ERA (4 er in 11.2 ip) in six games at home compared to 9.00 (13 er in 13.0 ip) in seven games on the road. Has not faced Minnesota in his career. Pitched in two games over his first three stints with Oakland and did not allow a run...compiled a 9.00 ERA in eight games during his fourth stay from May 10-June 3...was recalled June 18 for his fifth stint, started that day against Los Angeles and was optioned the next day...pitched in two games during his sixth stint June 30-July 2 and did not allow a run. Did not appear in a game with Nashville following his July 2 option...has allowed a.214 batting average at Triple-A, including.118 against lefthanded hitters...his complete 2016 minor league stats: W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Spent the entire 2015 season at Double-A Bowie where he was 0-2 with a 1.03 ERA and.196 opponents batting average in 43 relief appearances... converted each of his 17 save opportunities and struck out 70 in 61.0 innings.
4 ATHLETICS BATTING NOTES 17 YONDER ALONSO Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 2) Pittsburgh Series: 2-8, r, bb, so Last Homestand: 4-15, 3 r, 2 hr, 4 rbi, bb, 2 so Is 2-for-8 (.250) in the first three games of July improved his batting average each of the first three months as he hit.181 in April,.235 in May and.322 in June his June batting average was his best ever in a month with 70 or more plate appearances. Went 4-for-15 (.267) on the homestand and is batting.185 (22-for-119) at home compared to.310 (40-for-129) on the road. Homered in back-to-back games on Wednesday and Thursday for the third time in his career (last: May 18-19, 2013) the home runs snap ped a 50-game homerless streak from April 30 to June 28, which was the second longest homerless drought of his career (91, May 20, May 15, 2014). Singled in the eighth inning June 26 at Los Angeles (AL) for his 500th career hit. Last Year: Batted.282 with five home runs and 31 RBI in 103 games in a season shortened by two stints on the disabled list the batting average was his best in his four seasons with San Diego, as was his.361 on-base percentage and.742 OPS. 1 BILLY BURNS Current Streak: 3 games (4 for 10) Pittsburgh Series: 2-4, r, so, sb Last Homestand: 4-10, 3 r, 2 2b, 2 rbi, 3 so, sb, sh Is batting.189 (18-for-95) over his last 27 games (since May 27) hit.271 over his first 42 contests. Ranks third in the American League in plate appearances per strikeout (9.7), tied for third in infield hits (14), tied for fifth in stolen bases (14), tied for sixth in triples (4), tied for seventh in stolen base percentage (82.4%) and tied for ninth in sacrifice hits (3). Batted.184 in June, which was second lowest in the AL (Frazier, CWS.167) hit.278 in April and.245 in May did not hit under.258 in any month last year. Has not homered and his 265 at bats are the most in the majors among players with no home runs has not homered since Sept. 25, 2015 against San Francisco and has a career-high 75-game homerless streak (previous: 74, May 29-Aug. 25, 2015). Is batting.156 (17-for-109) during the day,.301 (47-for-156) at night. Last Year: Batted.294 in 125 games in his rookie campaign and set an Oakland single-season record for batting average by a switch-hitter led ML rookies in stolen bases (26) and multiple hit games (47) and topped AL rookies in hits (153). 16 BILLY BUTLER Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 1) Pittsburgh Series: 1-5, r, 2b, rbi, bb, so Last Homestand: 2-12, 3 r, 2 2b, rbi, 2 bb, 3 so, gidp Is 4-for-25 (.160) over his last nine games but is batting.302 (19-for-63) over his last 25 contests. Has made 34 starts, including each of the A s 20 games against a lefthanded starting pitcher is hitting.322 (19-for-59) against left-handers compared to.189 (14-for-74) against right-handers. Had a pinch hit two-run single Tuesday night and is 4-for-18 (.222) with five RBI as a pinch hitter ranks second among American League pinch hitters in RBI and tied for second in hits and plate appearances had five career pinch RBI entering the season. Has made 13 starts at first base after making just seven starts at first all last year is batting.372 (16-for-43) as a first baseman,.171 (13-for-76) as the designated hitter. Last Year: Batted.251 with 15 home runs and 65 RBI in 151 games in his first season with the A s the batting average was 20 points below his previous career low of.271 in 2014 his.323 on-base percentage matched his career low from COCO CRISP Current Streak: 10 games (16 for 42) Pittsburgh Series: 3-10, r, 2b, rbi, gidp Last Homestand: 6-18, 2 r, 2 2b, 3b, 4 rbi, bb, so, gidp Extended his hitting streak to 10 games yesterday and is 16-for-42 (.381) with 12 runs, six doubles, a triple, two home runs, 12 RBI and seven walks over that span. Doubled in the third inning Saturday for the 300th two-bagger of his career is one of 33 active players with 300 doubles. Of his last 17 hits, 11 are for extra bases (seven doubles, two triples, two home runs). Ranks second in the American League in batting with runners in scoring position (.400) and tied for fourth in reaching base on an error (6). OAKLAND A S MOST CAREER GAMES PLAYED AS AN OUTFIELDER 1591 Rickey Henderson 1177 Dwayne Murphy 1162 Reggie Jackson 851 Jose Canseco 846 Joe Rudi 695 Mike Davis 679 Tony Armas 636 Dave Henderson 635 Coco Crisp Tripled in the third inning Wednesday night for his 25th three-bagger in an Oakland uniform that is fifth most in Oakland history (Phillips is 4th, 29). Hit his third career grand slam June 26 at Los Angeles (AL) but it was his first since July 5, 2007 against Tampa Bay. Had his first four-rbi game on June 26 since Sept. 22, 2013 against Minnesota. Has not been hit by a pitch since May 9, 2011 (C.J. Wilson) and his streak of 588 consecutive games without being hit is the longest active streak in the majors and the longest by an Athletic since at least Last Year: Was limited to just 44 games due to two stints on the DL and batted a career-low.175 also had the lowest on-base percentage (.252) and slugging percentage (.222) of his career and his games played were his fewest since 2002 (32). 2 KHRIS DAVIS Current Streak: 2 games (5 for 9) Pittsburgh Series: 5-13, r, 2b, 5 so Last Homestand: 5-13, r, 2b, 5 so Went 5-for-13 (.385) in the Pittsburgh series after missing the previous two games with a left shoulder contusion. Is batting.333 (25-for-75) with five home runs, 17 RBI and 14 runs scored over his last 19 games. Is tied for seventh in the American League in home runs (19) and tied for 12th in RBI (53) is also tied for sixth in sacrifice flies (4) and tied for seventh in hit by pitches (6). Is hitting.299 (55-for-184) with 16 of his 19 home runs at night compared to.181 (17-for-94) during the day is tied for second in the AL in night home runs and RBI (43). Has hit 13 of his 19 home runs as a left fielder, which ranks second among AL left fielders despite playing just 42 games at the position 10 have come at home, which is the most by an Athletic over the last two years. MOST HOME RUNS, MLB SINCE AUG. 6, Edwin Encarnacion 40 Chris Davis 39 Khris Davis 38 Nolan Arenado 37 Yoenis Cespedes Hit his 19th home run of the season last Tuesday night in the A s 77th game, which are the most home runs by an Athletic over the team s first 77 games since Nick Swisher had 19 in Has 39 home runs and 94 RBI over his last 127 games dating back to Aug. 6, The A s have a record when he starts at designated hitter compared to when he starts in left field. Last Year: Batted.247 with a career-high 27 HR and 66 RBI in 121 games with Milwaukee also had career highs in walks (44) and stolen bases (6) and matched his best in triples (2) led the Brewers and tied for 10th in the NL in home runs. 25 TYLER LADENDORF Current Streak: 2 games (2 for 8) Pittsburgh Series: 1-4 Last Homestand: 1-4 Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville Friday for his third stint with the A s this year pinch ran in the 10th inning Saturday and started at second base Sunday. Went 0-for-2 with a strikeout in six games during his first stint from April 22 to May 5 and 2-for-23 (.087) in 20 games during his second stay from May 10 to June 17. Is 3-for-20 (.150) at home, 0-for-9 on the road. Has made seven starts, all at second base has appeared in 16 games at second base, one at third base, one in right field and one at pitcher. Hit.344 in nine games with Nashville following his June 18 option appeared in 15 games in center field, five in left field and five at shortstop his complete 2016 stats with Nashville: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Spent most of the season on the disabled list and combined to play in just 33 games between the A s and the minors...batted.235 with a triple and two RBI in nine games over two stints with Oakland in his Major League debut. 8 JED LOWRIE Current Streak: 9 games (11 for 35) Pittsburgh Series: 2-7, r, 2b, 2 rbi, bb, so, sf Last Homestand: 4-15, 2 r, 2b, hr, 4 rbi, bb, so, sf Extended his hitting streak to nine games Saturday, which matches the second longest hitting streak of his career is 11-for-35 (.314) with six walks during the streak his career high is 12 (Aug , 2013). Has two hits in his last two at bats with runners in scoring position to snap a 0-for-14 streak with RISP is batting.356 with RISP for the season, which ranks ninth in the American League. Has six RBI in his last six games to snap a career-high 17-game streak without an RBI. Has a 34-game errorless streak as a second baseman and has not committed an error since May 4 however, has six errors for the season, which are third most among AL second baseman. Made his 10th career start batting leadoff Friday night, his first since July 28, 2014 is 18-for-41 (.439) with four doubles, two triples, two home runs, four RBI and five walks in those games has started in every spot in the batting order this year except eighth and ninth. Is 2-for-7 (.286) in two games in July hit.314 in April,.302 in May and.268 in June. Was on the disabled list from May 10 to 24 with a right shin contusion. Last Year: Returned to Houston after two seasons with the A s and batted.222 with 9 HR and 30 RBI in 69 games missed 83 games while on the disabled list with a torn ligament in his right thumb 23 of his 51 hits (45.1%) were for extra bases.
5 29 MATT MCBRIDE Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 2) Pittsburgh Series: 1-2, r, 2b, rbi Last Homestand: 1-2, r, 2b, rbi Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville yesterday for his third stint with the A s this year...started at catcher before being lifted for a pinch hitter in the sixth inning. Was originally selected by Oakland April 27 but did not appear in a game before being optioned on April 29 returned May 13 and went 4-for-18 (.222) in eight games, including five starts (four at catcher, one at designated hitter), before he was optioned back to Nashville May 27. Hit.306 with four home runs and 14 RBI in 23 games with the Sounds following his May 27 option from Oakland appeared in 23 games at catcher, nine in left field, eight in right field and one at first base his complete 2016 statistics follow: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) OAKLAND Last Year: Spent most of the season at Triple-A Albuquerque and batted.328 with 12 home runs and 49 RBI in 78 games...was promoted to Colorado Aug. 12 and hit.167 with no RBI in 20 games before he was outrighted to Albuquerque Sept JOSH REDDICK Current Streak: 0 for 4 Pittsburgh Series: 4-11, 2b, rbi, 2 bb, so Last Homestand: 4-14, 2b, rbi, 3 bb, 2 so Went 4-for-4 with a walk Saturday night it was his second four-hit game this year (May 7 at Baltimore) and the sixth of his career is tied for fifth in the American League in four-hit games. Has reached base safely in four of five games since he was reinstated from the disabled list last Tuesday and is 5-for-20 (.250) with three walks. Is hitting.364 (44-for-121) with all five of his home runs against righthanded pitching,.178 (8-for-45) against left-handers. Is batting.250 (21-for-84) at home,.378 (31-for-82) on the road. Is tied for eighth in the AL with five intentional walks had just two intentional walks over the previous three years. Was placed on the 15-day DL May 20 with a fractured left thumb went 3-for-25 (.120) with two runs, a double, home run, RBI, walk and six strikeouts in six games (three in right field, three at designated hitter) on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Nashville that began June 20. Last Year: Compiled his best numbers since his first season with the A s in 2012, batting.272 with 20 home runs and 77 RBI in 149 games had a career-high.333 on-base percentage and his batting average was his best as an Athletic. 10 MARCUS SEMIEN Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Pittsburgh Series: 2-12, r, 2b, hr, 2 rbi, 4 so Homestand: 3-20, 4 r, 2b, 2 hr, 3 rbi, 6 so Is 15-for-51 (.294) with 13 runs, three doubles, a triple, five home runs and 15 RBI over his last 13 games. Has a career-high 17 home runs and his 43 RBI are two short of his best from last year. All 17 of his home runs have come as a shortstop, which leads American League shortstops and is tied for third in the majors (Story, COL 19)... ranks third among AL shortstops in RBI (43) his home runs are the most by an A s shortstop since Bobby Crosby hit 22 in Homered in back-to-back games on Thursday and Friday for the fourth time in his career, all this year has five home runs in his last 11 games. Is batting.328 (41-for-125) with runners on base compared to.172 (27- for-157) with 11 of his 17 home runs with the bases empty. Ranks eighth in the AL in at bats per GIDP (141.0). Is the only Athletic to start and appear in all 82 games and has played all but three innings at shortstop his season-opening streak of consecutive games started is second longest by an Athletic over the last 13 years (84, Bobby Crosby at shortstop in 2008) is tied for second in the AL in games played. His average and RBI have improved each month as he hit.205 with 10 RBI in April,.247 with 14 RBI in May and.273 with 17 RBI in June. Leads the majors in home runs while batting ninth in the order (9) and is tied for third in home runs in the seventh inning or later (8) has tied the Athletics franchise record for home runs batting ninth (Hernandez, 2000). Had his streak of nine consecutive games with a run scored end Saturday scored 13 runs during the streak, which was the best by an Athletic since Nick Swisher had a 10-game streak from Sept. 5-15, Reached third base on an error in consecutive innings Wednesday night in Oakland history, the only players to reach third on an error twice in one season are Jose Tartabull (1969) and Lance Blankenship (1992) has reached on an error five times overall, which is tied for 10th most in the AL. Matched his career high with four RBI last Monday night (third time). Last Year: Batted.257 with 15 home runs and 45 RBI in a team-leading 155 games in his first full season in the majors committed a Major League leading and Oakland record 35 errors tied for second among AL shortstops in home runs. 5 JAKE SMOLINSKI Current Streak: 5 games (7 for 16) Pittsburgh Series: 2-7, bb Last Homestand: 6-12, 3 r, hr, 4 rbi, bb Made his first Major League start in center field Friday night and went 1-for-4 has also made 12 starts in right field and two in left field. Is hitting.394 (13-for-33) against left-handed pitchers compared to.270 (10-for-37) against right-handers. Hit.400 with four home runs and 11 RBI in 19 games in June after hitting.217 with no home runs and five RBI in 10 games in May. Had his first career pinch home run last Tuesday night and is now 3-for- 9 (.333) with a home run and three RBI as a pinch hitter this year is tied for fourth in the American League in pinch RBI and tied for fifth in pinch hits. Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville May 20 for his first stint with the A s this year hit.248 with 3 HR and 15 RBI in 39 games with the Sounds. Last Year: Split the season between Triple-A and the Majors for both Texas and Oakland...combined to hit.374 with nine home runs and 31 RBI in 37 games between Round Rock and Nashville...appeared in 76 combined Major League games. 26 DANNY VALENCIA Current Streak: 0 for 15 Pittsburgh Series: 0-12, bb, 5 so Last Homestand: 2-20, 2b, bb, 7 so Is 2-for-25 (.080) over his last six games. Is batting.308 overall but has just 254 plate appearances, which is 0.2 short of qualifying for the league leaders ranks 10th in the American League in batting among players with 200 or more plate appearances. Is batting.350 (21-for-60) against left-handed pitchers,.344 (31-for-90) during the day and.282 (33-for-117) with two strikes ranks fourth in the AL in batting with two strikes. Has 11 errors, which is third most among AL third basemen. Is batting.311 (57-for-183) with 11 home runs and 28 RBI in 48 games since he was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list May 6 was placed on the DL April 22 retroactive to April 21 with a strained left hamstring. Last Year: Began the season with Toronto and was claimed off waivers by Oakland Aug. 3 hit.284 with 11 HR and 37 RBI in 47 games with the A s combined for a.290 average, a career-high 18 HR and 66 RBI in 105 games overall. 21 STEPHEN VOGT Current Streak: 0 for 11 Pittsburgh Series: 0-2, so Last Homestand: 0-11, so Is 3-for-23 (.130) over his last seven games but has four RBI over that span. Is batting.193 (17-for-88) during the day,.303 (47-for-155) at night, Has a.163 (8-for-49) average with runners in scoring position, which is third lowest in the American League. Has six home runs, all solo shots off right-handed pitchers. Has five errors, which is an on-going career high, the most among AL catchers and tied for fourth among Major League catchers. Has tossed out 6-of-34 (17.6%) attempted base stealers. Last Year: Was named to his first AL All-Star team hit.261 with 18 HR and 71 RBI hit.308 with 13 HR and 53 RBI over his first 70 games,.214 with 5 HR and 18 RBI over his final 66 contests. led the A s in walks (56) and on-base pct. (.341). A S HITTING VS. MINNESOTA A S CAREER HITTING VS. NOLASCO 2016 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Alonso Burns Butler Crisp Davis Ladendorf Lowrie McBride Reddick Semien Smolinski Valencia Vogt others TOTALS PLAYER BAT AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Yonder Alonso L Billy Burns S Billy Butler R Coco Crisp S Felix Doubront L Sam Fuld L Jed Lowrie S Max Muncy L Josh Phegley R Josh Reddick L Marcus Semien R Eric Sogard L
6 HIGHS AND LOWS CLUB Longest Winning Streak... 6, April 16 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Home...6, May 28 to June 13 Longest Winning Streak, Road... 7, April 8 to 22 Longest Losing Streak...7, June 3 to 11 Longest Losing Streak, Home... 5, May 19 to , April 7 to 15 Longest Losing Streak, Road...9, May 24 to June 11 Most Runs, Game, A s...14, June 13 vs. Texas Most Runs, Game, Opponents... 14, May 9 at Boston Most Runs, Inning, A s... 6, May 4 vs. Seattle (5th) Most Runs, Inning, Opponents...7, June 3 at Houston (1st) Largest Margin, Victory...9, June 13 vs. Texas (14-5)...9, May 28 vs. Detroit (12-3) Largest Margin, Loss... 10, June 3 at Houston (2-12)...10, May 25 at Seattle (3-13)...10, May 11 at Boston (3-13) Most Hits, Game, A s...17, June 13 vs. Texas... 17, May 28 vs. Detroit Most Hits, Game, Opponents... 18, June 28 at San Francisco Most Hits, Inning, A s... 7, June 23 vs. Los Angeles-AL (2nd) Most Hits, Inning, Opponents...7, June 3 at Houston (1st)...7, May 25 at Seattle (3rd)...7, May 9 at Boston (4th) Most Home Runs, Game, A s...4 (four times), last: May 17 vs. Texas Most Home Runs, Game, Opponents... 6, May 8 at Baltimore Most Doubles, Game, A s...4 (10 times), last: July 3 vs. Pittsburgh Most Doubles, Game, Opponents... 6, May 31 vs. Minnesota... 6, May 9 at Boston Most Triples, Game, A s...2, June 21 vs. Milwaukee... 2, April 19 at New York (AL) Most Triples, Game, Opponents... 2 (three times), last: June 3 at Houston Most Stolen Bases, Game, A s...3, May 13 at Tampa Bay...3, April 28 at Detroit... 3, April 21 at New York (AL) Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponents... 4, July 2 vs. Pittsburgh Most Strikeouts, A s Pitchers... 14, April 21 at New York (AL) Most Strikeouts, Opponents Pitchers... 12, April 19 at New York (AL)... 12, April 10 at Seattle Most Walks, A s Pitchers... 11, June 30 vs. San Francisco Most Walks, Opponents Pitchers...9, April 28 at Detroit Fewest Hits Allowed, A s Pitchers... 2, May 1 vs. Houston Fewest Hits Allowed, Opponents Pitchers...2, June 16 vs. Texas...2, May 14 at Tampa Bay Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game...12, June 21 vs. Milwaukee Most Left on Base, Extra Inning Game...11, June 4 at Houston (12) Fewest Left on Base, Game...2 (five times), last: June 29 vs. San Francisco Most Errors, Game... 3 (four times), last: June 24 at Los Angeles (AL) Largest Comeback in Win...4, May 15 at Tampa Bay Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss...5, June 15 vs. Texas INDIVIDUAL Grand Slams... Coco Crisp, June 26 at Los Angeles-AL (Hector Santiago)...Khris Davis, May 17 vs. Texas (Shawn Tolleson) Pinch Hit Home Runs...Jake Smolinski, June 28 at San Francisco (Javier Lopez)...Chris Coghlan, May 15 at Tampa Bay (Erasmo Ramirez) Lead Off Home Runs...Coco Crisp, May 30 vs. Minnesota (Ervin Santana) Inside-The-Park Home Runs...None Game Ending Home Runs...Khris Davis, May 17 vs. Texas (Shawn Tolleson)... Yonder Alonso, April 29 vs. Houston (Pat Neshek) Back-to-Back Home Runs... Coco Crisp and Marcus Semien, June 26 at Los Angeles (AL)... Danny Valencia and Khris Davis, May 17 vs. Texas... Khris Davis and Coco Crisp, April 21 at New York (AL) Longest Hitting Streak... 11, Stephen Vogt, May 22 to June , Coco Crisp, May 17 to 28 Most Runs, Game... 4, Coco Crisp, June 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Hits, Game... 4, Josh Reddick, July 2 vs. Pittsburgh...4, Josh Reddick, May 7 at Baltimore (Game 2)...4, Jed Lowrie, April 19 at New York (AL) Most Doubles, Game...2 (nine times), last: Stephen Vogt, June 28 at San Francisco Most Triples, Game...1 (13 times), last: Coco Crisp, June 29 vs. San Francisco Most Home Runs, Game... 3, Khris Davis, May 17 vs. Texas...3, Danny Valencia, May 15 at Tampa Bay Most Runs Batted In, Game... 6, Khris Davis, May 17 vs. Texas Most Walks, Game...3, Yonder Alonso, May 7 at Baltimore (Day) Most Strikeouts, Game...4, Mark Canha, April 24 at Toronto Most Stolen Bases, Game... 2 (four times), last: Billy Burns, May 22 vs, New York (AL) Longest Winning Streak... 5, Rich Hill, May 7 to present Longest Losing Streak...6, Sonny Gray, April 27 to present Most Strikeouts, Game... 10, Rich Hill, April 21 at New York (AL)...10, Rich Hill, April 9 at Seattle Most Walks, Game... 5, Fernando Rodriguez, June 30 vs. San Francisco...5, Chris Bassitt, April 10 at Seattle Most Innings, Game, Starter , Rich Hill, May 23 at Seattle Most Innings, Game, Reliever , Andrew Triggs, June 3 at Houston Low Hit Complete Game...None Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings , Ryan Madson, April 17 to May 16 Most Consecutive Batters Retired...19, Kendall Graveman, June 17 to 23 GENERAL Longest Game, Innings... 12, June 4 at Houston Longest Game, Time, Nine Innings... 3:53, June 28 at San Francisco Longest Game, Time, Extra Innings...4:07, June 4 at Houston (12) Shortest Game, Time... 2:19, June 19 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Largest Crowd, Home...36,067, June 30 vs. San Francisco Smallest Crowd, Home...10,068, May 16 vs. Texas Largest Crowd, Road... 47,065, April 8 at Seattle Smallest Crowd, Road...14,604, May 13 at Tampa Bay Postponement, Rain, Home...None Postponement, Rain, Road... May 6 at Baltimore MULTIPLE HIT GAMES PLAYER TOT Alonso Burns Butler Coghlan Crisp Davis Lowrie Muncy McBride Phegley Reddick Semien Smolinski Valencia Vogt MULTIPLE RBI GAMES PLAYER TOT Alonso Burns Butler Canha Coghlan Crisp Davis Lowrie Phegley Reddick Semien Smolinski Valencia Vogt GAME TYING/GO-AHEAD RBI PLAYER GT GA TOT Alonso Burns Butler Canha Coghlan Crisp Davis Lowrie McBride Phegley Reddick Semien Smolinski Valencia Vogt STARTS IN THE BATTING ORDER Player Alcantara Alonso Burns Butler Canha Coghlan Crisp Davis Ladendorf Lowrie McBride Muncy Phegley Reddick Semien Smolinski Valencia Vogt 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 Alcantara Alonso Burns Butler Canha Coghlan Crisp Davis Ladendorf Lowrie McBride Muncy Phegley Reddick Semien Smolinski Valencia Vogt