1 O AKLAND A THLETICS Game Information Oakland Athletics Baseball Company 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland, CA A s PR on Alerts OAKLAND ATHLETICS (35-46) VS. ATLANTA BRAVES (39-41) SUNDAY, JULY 2, 2017 OAKLAND COLISEUM 1:05 P.M. PDT LHP SEAN MANAEA (7-4, 3.87) VS. RHP JULIO TEHERAN (6-6, 5.30) NBCSCA A S RADIO NETWORK (95.7 FM THE GAME) EN ESPAÑOL (KIQI 1010 AM) ABOUT THE A S: Have a four-game losing streak, which followed a fourgame winning streak, which followed a four-game losing streak, which followed a four-game winning streak are 8-8 over the last 16 games are (.432) overall and are a season-high tying 11 games under.500 for the third time this year (last: on June 22) have the worst record in the American League and fourth worst in the majors have matched the A s worst record after 81 games over the last 20 years (2009, 2016) are in fifth place in the AL West for the 33rd consecutive day (May 30-present) and trail first place Houston by a season-high 19½ games the A s largest deficits at the All-Star Break are 30½ in 1979, 19 in 2001 and 15½ in 1986 and 2016 have spent one day tied for first this year, seven days in second, six days tied for second, 13 days in third, four days tied for third, 14 days in fourth, four days tied for fourth and 41 days in fifth. THE HALFWAY MARK: Yesterday was the A s 81st game, which is the halfway mark of the season Oakland is pace to finish the season 70-92, which is one game better than last year (69-93) but would be the A s third straight 90-loss season the offense is on pace to set an Athletics record for most strikeouts (1540, current is 1387 in 2012) are on pace for 230 home runs, which would be fourth most in Oakland history and the most since 2000 (239), and 14 triples, which would be second fewest in a nonstrike season (13 in 1998) the pitching staff is on pace to set Athletics records for strikeouts (1264, current is 1244 in 2014) and wild pitches (82, current is 72 in 1979) and Oakland records for hit batters (70, current is 68 in 2004) and fewest intentional walks (12, current is 17 in 1981) currently do not have a complete game and the Athletics record for fewest in a season is 1 in 2012 are on pace to allows 194 home runs, which would be third most in Oakland history (205 in 1996, 197 in 1997) have a 4.80 ERA, which is currently seventh highest and the highest since 1998 (4.81) the defense is on pace to commit 146 errors, which would be the most since 1984 (146) are on pace for 104 unearned runs, which would be the most since 1979 (106). INTERLEAGUE PLAY: The A s are 2-7 in interleague play (0-2 vs. Atlanta, 1-3 vs. Miami, 1-2 vs. Washington), which is the third worst mark in the majors in addition to this three-game series with Atlanta, the A s will also host San Francisco (July 31-Aug. 1) and travel to New York (July 21-23), San Francisco (Aug. 2-3) and Philadelphia (Sept ) have allowed 66 runs in nine interleague games for a 7.18 ERA (63 er in 79.0 ip), which is the highest in the majors (CLE, 6.77) are (.536) all-time in interleague play, which is seventh best in Major League history. HOME AND AWAY: The A s extended their home losing streak to six games yesterday, which is an on-going season-high it matches the second longest home losing streak by an A s team over the last 16 years (8, Sept. 9-24, 2016) are 0-2 on this six-game homestand against Atlanta (0-2) and Chicago-AL (three games) after going 4-4 on the last homestand against New York-AL (4-0) and Houston (0-4) are (.537) at home compared to (.325) on the road the road record is the worst in the American League and fourth worst in the majors went 4-2 on the last road trip to Chicago-AL (3-0) and Houston (1-2) after going 6-23 over the previous 29 road games are in home series compared to in road series. DEFENSIVE DOINGS: The A s committed two errors yesterday to snap a five-game errorless streak have 73 errors for the season, which is the most in the majors (CWS, 63) the errors have led to a Major League leading 52 unearned runs (ARI, ATL and CWS 41) had just 43 unearned runs all last year have allowed 70 stolen bases, which is the most in the majors (CHC, 68) and tied for third most in Oakland history before the All- Star Break (77 in 1976, 76 in 1997) have nine outfield assists, which is tied for the fewest in the American League and tied for sixth fewest in the majors are tied for first in the AL in passed balls (10). PITCHING: The A s have compiled a 4.80 ERA, which is fourth highest in the American League are tied for the AL lead in hit batters (35) and rank fourth in wild pitches (41) the wild pitches are two short of the Oakland record for wild pitches before the All-Star Break (43 in 2016) and the hit batters are tied for fourth most (42 in 2004, 39 in 1997, 38 in 2005, 35 in 2006). STARTING PITCHING: Yesterday, Paul Blackburn became the 11th pitcher to start a game for the A s this year that is second most in the American League (SEA, 13) this marks the fourth consecutive season the A s have used at least 11 starters and Oakland has employed 32 different starting pitchers over that span, which is the most by any AL team A s starting pitchers are now with a 4.70 ERA (230 er in ip) this year have the second most losses in the American League and the fourth highest ERA but have allowed the fewest home runs (57). OFFENSE: The A s have the second lowest batting average (.240) and second most strikeouts (770) in the American League and rank third in fewest runs scored (350) and lowest on-base percentage (.310) the 770 strikeouts are the most in Athletics history before the All-Star Break (716 in 2013) rank third in the AL in extra base hits (272) and fourth in doubles (150) have the second lowest batting average with runners in scoring position in the majors (.225) and also have the second lowest mark with the bases loaded (.175) leadoff hitters have the lowest batting average in the majors (.196) and the second lowest on-base percentage (.282). THE LONG BALL: The A s have 115 home runs, which is fifth most in Athletics history before the All-Star Break (137 in 1996, 131 in 2000, 122 in 1987, 118 in 1997) 63 of the A s 115 home runs have come in the Coliseum and the A s rank third in the American League in home runs at home (NYY, 72; HOU, 68) 26 of the A s last 37 runs have come via the home run (70.2%) overall, home runs have accounted for 177 of the A s 350 runs (50.6%) the Oakland record for highest percentage of runs scoring on home runs is 46.3% in 1996 are when homering, 3-17 when they don t Oakland is when they out-homer the opponent, when they don t. IN JUNE: The A s went (.429) in the month of June, which tied for fourth worst in the American League it marks the A s eighth consecutive month with a losing record, which ties the Oakland record for consecutive months with a losing record (also Aug Sept. 1979) A s pitchers set Athletics records for home runs (45) and strikeouts (226) in the month of June the home runs were second most in any month in Oakland history (48 in Sept. 2015) and the strikeouts were third most (246 in Sept. 2013, 230 in May 2015) compiled a 5.57 ERA, which was the second highest June ERA in Oakland history (5.61 in 1998) had the second highest ERA in the AL in June (5.67), tied for second in saves (8) and ranked third in opponents batting average (.283) and home runs (45) the offense struck out an AL leading 285 times and have set franchise record for strikeouts in the months of April (221), May (255) and June this year tied for second in the AL in extra base hits (102) and ranked third in doubles (61) and walks (97) the extra base hits were second most in Oakland history in June (116 in 1996) and the doubles tied for second most (63 in 2004). A s vs. BRAVES: The A s have lost the first two meetings of 2017 and are now 4-10 all-time against the Braves that is the A s worst record against any team (4-8 vs. Cubs) are 1-4 in Oakland and 3-6 in Atlanta this is just the second meeting between the two clubs in the Coliseum lost two of three in Oakland in 2003 last met in 2014 in Atlanta when the A s were swept in a three-game series now have a six-game losing streak against the Braves and have not defeated Atlanta since May 17, 2008 (5-4). TODAY S TIDBITS Khris Davis hit his 22nd home run of the season yesterday, which are the most home runs by an Athletic before the All-Star Break since Jason Giambi had 22 in 2000 Ryon Healy is batting.405 (15-for-37) with four home runs and 11 RBI in nine interleague games Jed Lowrie had his 26th double of the season Friday night, which ties the Oakland record for doubles before the All-Star Break (Joe Rudi in 1974 and Bobby Crosby in 2008). THIS DATE IN A S HISTORY In 1969 Reggie Jackson hits three home runs in the A s 5-0 win against Seattle the three-homer game is the first in Oakland history and it gives Reggie 33 round trippers in the A s first 72 games in 1996 Mark McGwire hits his 303 rd career home run to break Jimmie Foxx s all-time Athletics record of 302 also, Jason Giambi is a perfect 5 for 5 in the A s 11-6 victory at Seattle he has three singles and a pair of doubles. PITCHING PROBABLES Mon., July 3 vs. Chicago (AL) RHP Jharel Cotton (5-7, 5.02) vs. LHP Carlos Rodon (0-1, 0.00) 6:05 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Tue., July 4 vs. Chicago (AL) RHP Daniel Gossett (1-3, 5.57) vs. RHP James Shields (2-1, 3.98) 1:05 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Wed., July 5 vs. Chicago (AL) RHP Sonny Gray (3-4, 4.09) vs. RHP Mike Pelfrey (3-6, 4.13) 12:35 NBCSCA/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: Sean Manaea (7-4, 3.87 ERA) LAST EIGHT STARTS: Is 6-1 with a 2.90 ERA (16 er in 49.2 ip) over his last eight starts dating back to May 20 the wins are third most in the American League over that span (Sale, BOS and Vargas, KC with 7 each) and the ERA ranks seventh was 1-3 with a 5.52 ERA over his first six starts has walked 14 batters in 49.2 innings over his last eight starts (2.54 per nine innings) after issuing 17 free passes in 29.1 innings (5.22 per nine innings) over his first six starts. AMONG THE LEADERS: Has seven wins, which matches his season total from his rookie campaign last year and is tied for ninth in the American League is also tied for sixth in most hit batters (5) has tossed 79.0 innings and is 2.0 innings short of qualifying for the league leaders in rate categories based on a minimum of 75 innings pitched, he ranks sixth in the American League in fewest home runs per nine innings (0.80), eighth in opponents slugging percentage (.347) and 10th in opponents batting average (.221) and strikeouts per nine innings (9.57) LEFT AND RIGHT: Has allowed a.127 (7-for-55) batting average against left-handed hitters compared to.243 (58-for-239) against right-handers the mark against lefties is second lowest in the majors among pitchers with 50 or more innings (Keuchel,.100) has surrendered just one of his 21 extra base hits to lefties (home run) for a.182 slugging percentage (.385 against righties) his career splits are a.161 (25-for-155) batting average against lefties,.256 (175-for-684) against righties. HOME AND AWAY: Is 3-1 with a 4.05 ERA (18 er in 40.0 ip) in seven starts at home compared to 4-3 with a 3.69 ERA (16 er in 39.0 ip) in seven starts on the road is now 8-4 with a 3.36 ERA (46 er in ip) in 21 career games in the Coliseum compared to 6-9 with a 4.49 ERA (50 er in ip) in 18 starts on the road. INTERLEAGUE PLAY: Is scheduled to make his first interleague start of the season went 1-2 with a 3.38 ERA (18.2 ip, 18 h, 7 r, 7 er, 5 bb, 14 so) in three interleague starts last year. OPPONENTS BATTING: Opponents are batting.182 (12-for-66) with runners in scoring position they are 18-for-160 (.113) with two strikes but are batting.444 (12-for-27) when putting the first pitch in play opponents are 13-for-67 (.194) when leading of an inning but he has walked 11 and hit three for a.333 on-base percentage has held the three and four hitter to a combined.145 (10-for-69) batting average. INNING BY INNING: Has allowed 13 of his 37 runs in the second inning for an 8.36 ERA (13 er in 14.0 ip) and 10 in the sixth inning for an 8.00 ERA (8 er in 9.0 ip) the 10 runs in the sixth inning and 13 runs in the second are both tied for fourth most in the American League has a 2.09 ERA (13 er in 56.0 ip) in all other innings has a.333 (20-for-60) opponents average in the second inning, a.310 (13-for-42) mark in the sixth and a.167 (32- for-192) mark in all other innings. AGAINST THE WEST: Is 2-4 with a 4.83 ERA (22 er in 41.0 ip) in eight starts against American League West teams compared to 5-0 with a 2.84 ERA (12 er in 38.0 ip) in six starts against everyone else. FIVE-GAME WINNING STREAK: Won five consecutive starts from May 20 to June 10 for the longest winning streak of his career it is also an A s season high compiled a 1.97 ERA and.193 opponents batting average during the streak and issued just seven walks in 32.0 innings (1.97 walks per nine innings). FIVE HITS OR FEWER: Allowed five hits or fewer in each of his first 10 starts, giving him a streak of 16 consecutive games with five hits or fewer and two innings pitched or more from Aug. 23, 2016 to June 5, 2017 that tied for the third longest such streak by a Major League pitcher since at least 1913 it is the longest by an American League pitcher THE DISABLED LIST: Is 6-2 with a 3.29 ERA (20 er in 54.2 ip) in nine starts since he was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list May 15 was 1-2 with a 5.18 ERA in five starts when he placed on the DL April 30 retroactive to April 27 with a strained left shoulder made one start on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Nashville May 9 against El Paso and had a no decision in the Sounds 8-6 loss (4.0 ip, 4 h, 2 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 5 so, 72 pitches) HIGHLIGHTS: Struck out a career-high 10 batters in just 5.1 innings his second start of the season April 9 at Texas became just the sixth pitcher in Oakland history to strike out 10 or more in fewer than six innings, the first since Rich Harden on Sept. 5, 2011 against Kansas City (10 so in 5.0 ip) however, took the loss in an 8-1 decision tossed 5.0 hitless innings in his next start April 15 against Houston but walked a career-high five batters and yielded two runs is just the second A s pitcher since at least 1913 to toss five or more hitless innings and allow a run (Chris Codiroli, June 27, 1986 against Chicago) became the first MLB pitcher since at least 1913 with the following pitching line: 5.0 ip, 0 h, 2 r, 1 er, 5 bb, 6 so left with a 5-2 lead but ended up with a no decision as the bullpen allowed eight runs over the final three innings for the blown save and loss in a 10-6 loss allowed five hits in 6.0 innings April 21 against Seattle to extend his season-opening streak of consecutive starts with five innings or more and five hits or fewer to four that matched the second longest such streak in Oakland history and was the longest since Chad Gaudin also had a four-game streak in 2007 left his start on April 26 at Los Angeles (AL) after just 2.0 innings with tightness in his left shoulder it was the shortest outing of his career was placed on the disabled list April 30 retroactive to April 27 with a strained left shoulder walked a career-high tying five batters but yielded just two hits in 5.0 innings in a 6-5 loss to Seattle on May 15 finished the month of May with a 3-1 record, a 2.63 ERA and.167 opponents batting average in four starts the three wins were his most ever in a month tossed a career-high 111 pitches in a 5-3 victory over Toronto on June 5. LAST START: He was the winning pitcher in the A s 6-4 victory at Houston last Tuesday allowed nine hits and walked three batters in 5.2 innings but allowed just one run had a 1-0 lead when Springer scored on a Gattis grounded into double play in the fifth inning Ryon Healy hit a grand slam in the sixth for the win. MANAEA S 2017 STARTS Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR #PIT April 4 Los Angeles (AL) April 9 at Texas 1-8 L April 15 Houston April 21 Seattle 3-1 W April 26 at Los Angeles (AL) 5-8 L April Totals (5 games, 5 starts) May 15 at Seattle 5-6 L May 20 Boston 8-3 W May 26 at New York (AL) 4-1 W May 31 at Cleveland 3-1 W May Totals (4 games, 4 starts) June 5 Toronto 5-3 W June 10 at Tampa Bay 7-2 W June 16 New York (AL) June 21 Houston 1-5 L June 27 at Houston 6-4 W June Totals (5 games, 5 starts) MANAEA vs. ATLANTA: Is making his first career appearance. MANAEA S CAREER MATCHUPS VS. ATLANTA Player Bat AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Danny Santana S Kurt Suzuki R RECAP: Made his Major League debut with the A s following an April 29 promotion and went 7-9 with a 3.86 ERA in 25 games, including 24 starts ranked second among American League rookies in strikeouts (124), innings pitched (144.2) and games started and tied for fifth in wins the strikeouts tied for sixth most in Oakland history by a rookie was 2-4 with a 6.02 ERA and.282 opponents batting average in nine starts when he was placed on the 15-day disabled list June 14 with a left pronator strain was reinstated June 29 and went 5-5 with a 2.74 ERA and.229 opponents batting average in 16 games, 15 starts, following his return his ERA following his return from the DL was fifth lowest in the AL. MANAEA 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 MANAEA S CAREER HIGHS Low Hit CG: None IP: 8.0, 7/22/16 vs. TB Fewest IP, GS: 2.0, 4/26/17 at LAA H: 11, 7/27/16 at TEX R: 8, 5/10/16 at BOS ER: 8, 5/10/16 at BOS BB: 5 (twice), last: 5/15/17 at SEA SO: 10, 4/9/17 at TEX HR: 2 (six times), last: 6/16/17 vs. NYY Pitches: 111, 6/5/17 vs. TOR Win Streak: 5, 5/20/17 to 6/10/17 Loss Streak: 3, 7/5/16 to 8/7/16 Scoreless Streak: 15.1, 8/29/16 to 9/26/16 Complete Games: None Shutouts: None TOMORROW S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER RHP Jharel Cotton (5-7, 5.02 ERA): Has won consecutive starts for the first time in his career and has a two-game winning streak for the second time is 2-3 with a 4.28 ERA and.223 opponents batting average in six starts since he was recalled from Triple-A Nashville May 27 for his second stint with Oakland this year was on the A s Opening Day roster and was 3-4 with a 5.68 ERA and.282 opponents average in seven starts when he was optioned to Nashville May 11 has not pitched since June 23 at Chicago (AL) when he left the game after 5.0 scoreless innings with a blister picked up the win in the A s 3-0 victory (3 h, 1 bb, 3 so) that was his only career outing against the White Sox is 2-3 with a 7.09 ERA in six starts in Oakland compared to 3-4 with a 3.26 ERA in seven starts on the road has the highest home ERA in the American League among pitchers with at least 30.0 innings pitched at home
3 TEAM 9-12, 4.95 ERA (149 er in ip) Saves/Opportunities: 18-for-29 (62.1%) The A s bullpen posted a 5.66 ERA in June after having a 4.54 ERA over the first two months of the season...the 5.66 June ERA by relievers was the highest among all major league teams now has a 4.95 ERA for the season, which is second highest in the American League (DET, 5.06) and third highest in the majors. Surrendered 20 home runs in June, which was tied for the second most in the majors with Cincinnati (Baltimore, 24)...had allowed just 20 home runs total in April and May. Had just seven scoreless outings in June (in 28 games)...allowed three or more runs in a game 10 times. Has the fewest inherited runners in the AL (93), ranks second in most stolen bases allowed (34) and is second in fewest wins (9)...winning percentage of.429 is second lowest in the AL. Has allowed the fourth fewest walks (99) in the AL. 61 RHP JOHN AXFORD Last Outing: 6/28 at Houston (ND, 1.2 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 2 bb, 2 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-1 Inherited Runners/Scored: 6/1 First Hitters: 3-15, 2 bb Has a 1.42 ERA (1 er in 6.1 ip) on one day rest and an 7.94 ERA (10 er in 11.1 ip) in all other games. Allowed six earned runs in his first five games (4.2 ip) but has given up just five earned runs in his last 12 games (13.0 ip, 3.46 ERA). Has allowed a.205 (9-for-44) batting average against right-handed hitters compared to.448 (13-for-29) against left-handers. Is 7-for-7 in save opportunities with a 2.19 ERA (3 er in 12.1 ip) in 13 career appearances against Atlanta. Was on the A s Opening Day roster but did not pitch before he was placed on the 10-day DL April 5, retroactive to April 2, with a strained right shoulder was reinstated May 21. Last Year: Went 6-4 with three saves and a 3.97 ERA in 68 relief appearances in his first season with the A s had a 2.70 ERA over his first 26 games and a 2.19 ERA over his final 24 but logged a 9.42 ERA in 18 games in between. 64 RHP MICHAEL BRADY Last Outing: 6/29 at Houston (ND, 2.0 ip, 3 h, 1 r, 1 er, 2 bb, 2 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/0 First Hitters: 3-5 Made his major league debut on June 20 and allowed a home run to the first batter he faced (Beltran)...has allowed a first batter home run in two of his five appearances...right-handers are batting.222 (4-for-18) with six strikeouts, while lefties are 3-for-11 (.273). Allowed a run Thursday after not allowing a run in his two previous outings (2.1ip). Has never faced the Braves. Began his 2017 campaign with two starts, pitched in relief his next eight outings and was 1-0 with a 4.05 ERA over his final four games, all starts had a.217 opponents batting average with the Sounds, including.197 against left-handers his complete 2017 minor league stats: W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Spent most of the year at Double-A Harrisburg but also made one start with Triple-A Syracuse in August combined to go 3-6 with a 2.89 ERA in 18 games (12 starts) overall issued just 13 walks in 81.0 innings (1.44 per nine innings). 46 RHP SANTIAGO CASILLA Last Outing: 7/1 vs. Atlanta (L, 1.0 ip, 1 h, 1 r, 0 er, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/1 First Hitters: 8-28, 2 bb Has converted his last four save opportunities since blowing the save on June 15 vs New York-AL...has allowed a run in three of his last five save chances. Has a 2.65 ERA (5 er in 17.0 ip) in 17 games in Oakland has a 5.84 ERA (8 er in 12.1 ip) and has surrendered all three of his home runs in 13 games on the road. Opponents are 4-for-30 (.133) with runners in scoring position. Is tied for second among AL relievers in stolen bases allowed (7). Is 2-for-6 in save opportunities with a 5.65 ERA (9 er in 14.1 ip) in 13 career games against Atlanta. Last Year: Went 2-5 with 31 saves and a 3.57 ERA in 62 relief appearances with San Francisco ranked sixth in the NL in saves but had a career-high nine blown saves, which tied for the most in the majors struck out a career-high 65 batters. 35 LHP DANIEL COULOMBE Last Outing: 6/28 at Houston (ND, 2.0 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 28/7 First Hitters: 7-29, 2 bb, hbp Has not allowed an earned run in 18 of his last 21 appearances and has a 1.10 ERA (2 er in 16.1 ip) and.137 (7-for-51) opponents batting average over that span had a 3.27 ERA and.277 opponents average over his first 11 contests. Has held left-handed hitters to a.191 (9-for-47) batting average. Has tossed fewer than one inning in 14 of his last 21 games and 17 of 32 games for the season. ATHLETICS BULLPEN BRIEFS Opponents are batting.077 (2-for-26) with runners in scoring position, which is second lowest in the American League among pitchers with 25 or more innings pitched (Warren,.074). Is tied for fifth in the AL in inherited runners (28). Has never faced Atlanta.. Last Year: Was 3-1 with a 4.53 ERA and.216 opponents batting average in 35 games over five stints with the A s had no decisions, a 1.08 ERA and.200 opponents batting average in 20 relief appearances for Triple-A Nashville. 62 LHP SEAN DOOLITTLE Last Outing: 7/1 vs. Atlanta (ND, 0.2 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 3-4 Inherited Runners/Scored: 5/2 First Hitters: 0-16, bb, sf Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list June 10 and has two saves in nine appearances since his return (9.0 ip, 5 h, 3 r, 3 er, 1 bb, 12 so). Has allowed three runs over his last two outings (1.2 ip) after allowing just one run over his previous 12 games and 11.1 innings. Has not allowed a hit against a first batter faced all season (1 bb, 1 sf)... the 16 at bats without allowing a hit are the most in the majors. Had a 3.52 ERA and.185 opponents batting average in nine relief appearances when he was placed on the DL May 3 retroactive to April 30 with a strained left shoulder. Left-handed hitters are 0-for-19 with 10 strikeouts off him. The last two games were his first career games against the Braves. Has a 211-game errorless streak dating back to Sept. 25, 2012 that is sixth longest in Oakland history by a pitcher. Last Year: Was 2-3 with four saves and a 3.23 ERA in 44 games in a season shortened by a two-month stint on the disabled list with a strained left shoulder had a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 5.63, which tied for ninth among AL relievers. 31 RHP LIAM HENDRIKS Last Outing: 6/29 at Houston (ND, 1.0 ip, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-2 Inherited Runners/Scored: 15/5 First Hitters: 9-29, 5 bb Has allowed at least one run in seven of his last 12 appearances and is 1-1 with a blown save over that span (10 er in 10.0 ip, 9.00 ERA) allowed no runs in 15 of his previous 17 games (0.95 ERA). Has 29 strikeouts over his last 19 games (17.1 ip), an average of strikeouts per nine innings. Has a 3.27 ERA (8 er in 22.0 ip) and.195 (16-for-82) opponents batting average in 21 games at home, a 7.71 ERA (10 er in 11.2 ip) and.333 (18-for-54) opponents average in 12 games on the road. Has not allowed a run in three career appearances (2.1 ip) against Atlanta. Last Year: Compiled a 3.76 ERA and.270 opponents batting average in 53 relief appearances in his first season with the A s had an 8.27 ERA in 11 games before going on the disabled list in early May, a 2.23 ERA in 42 games following his return. 44 RHP RYAN MADSON Last Outing: 7/1 vs. Atlanta (ND, 1.1 ip, 1 h, 1 r, 1 er) Saves/Opportunities: 1-4 Inherited Runners/Scored: 9/2 First Hitters: 7-32, bb Has allowed just two runs over his last nine games (9.2 ip, 1.86 ERA) after allowing a season-high three runs on June 4 vs. Washington. Has held right-handed hitters to a.188 (13-for-69) batting average. Is tied for second among American League relievers in most stolen bases allowed (7) and tied for third in most losses (4). Has a 6.35 ERA (4 er in 5.2 ip) in seven games on no days rest, a 0.95 ERA (5 er in 26.1 ip) in his other 25 contests. Is 7-3 with four saves and a 3.43 ERA in 57 career games against the Braves (60.1 ip, 58 h, 25 r, 23 er, 19 bb, 45 so, 7 hr). Last Year: Saved a team-leading 30 games in his first season with Oakland to become just the second A s pitcher over the last 10 years to save 30 or more games ranked ninth in the AL in saves but tied for second with seven blown saves. 36 RHP ZACH NEAL Last Outing (AAA): 6/29 vs. Round Rock-GS (ND, 4.0 ip, 10 h, 5 r, 5 er, 3 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 2-5 Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville today for his second stint with the A s this year. Compiled an 8.56 ERA and.311 opponents batting average in five relief appearances during his first stint from May 24 to June 16 but walked just one batter in 13.2 innings Has tossed at least 2.0 innings in four of his five appearance and allowed at least one run three times. Has never faced the Braves in his career. Went 0-2 with a 5.54 ERA and.411 opponents batting average in three games, including two starts, with the Sounds following his June 17 option from Oakland his complete 2017 statistics: W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO Nashville (AAA) OAKLAND Last Year: Made his Major League debut and went 2-4 with two saves and a 4.24 ERA in 24 games (six starts) over four stints with the A s issued just six walks in 70.0 innings, an average of 0.77 walks per nine innings
4 17 YONDER ALONSO Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Atlanta Series: 1-5, 2 so Last Road Trip: 3-20, 2 r, rbi, 3 bb, ibb, 6 so Is 11-for-59 (.186) with 10 walks over his last 18 games. Ranks sixth in the American League in OPS (.935), seventh in slugging percentage (.561) and on-base percentage (.374) and tied for 10th in home runs (17). Ranks second among AL first baseman in on-base percentage (.377) and third in home runs (17) and slugging percentage (.569). Is batting.320 (8-for-25) with seven runs scored, three home runs and four RBI in eight interleague games. Is a.323 (21-for-65) career hitter against Atlanta. Is 3-for-27 (.111) with runners in scoring position over his last 36 games after going 13-for-28 (.464) over his first 35 contests. Has homered just once in his last 25 games but has a career-high 17 home runs in 71 games overall combined for 19 home runs in 343 games over his previous three seasons Last Year: Batted.253 with 34 doubles, seven home runs and 56 RBI in 156 games in his first season with Oakland had career highs in games and runs scored (52) ranked second among AL first baseman with a.997 fielding percentage. 1 FRANKLIN BARRETO Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Atlanta Series: 1-5, bb, 2 so Last Road Trip: 4-21, 3 r, hr, 2 rbi, 2 bb, 10 so Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville June 24 and has started each of the A s seven games since then (first two at second base, last five at shortstop). Snapped a 0-for-14 streak with his fifth inning single yesterday. Is 1-for-16 over his last five games after going 4-for-10 (.400) over his first two contests. Made his Major League debut June 24 at Chicago (AL) at the age of 21 years, 117 days became the youngest non-pitcher to make his debut for the A s since Eric Chavez debuted on Sept. 8, 1998 at 20 years, 275 days homered that day to become the youngest Athletic to homer since Jose Canseco on Sept. 28, 1985 (21 years, 88 days). Originally signed with the Toronto Blue Jays on July 2, 2012 and was one of four players traded to Oakland in the Josh Donaldson deal following the 2014 season is a.291 career hitter with 42 home runs and 219 RBI in 413 games over five seasons in the minors. Appeared in 59 games at shortstop and seven at second base with Nashville was leading the Pacific Coast League in strikeouts at the time of his promotion (92) his complete 2017 minor league stats: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Was named to the Texas League Midseason and Postseason All-Star Teams after batting.281 with 10 HR and 50 RBI in 119 games with Midland also played for Nashville and hit.284 with 11 HR and 53 RBI in 123 games overall. 38 JAYCOB BRUGMAN Current Streak: 0 for 5 Atlanta Series: 0-4, 2 so Last Road Trip: 4-19, 2 r, hr, rbi, 3 bb, 6 so, sb Struck out in his first career pinch hitting appearance yesterday after starting each of the previous 14 games in center field. Is 10-for-54 (.185) over his last 17 games after going 6-for-16 (.375) over his first four. Is batting.297 (11-for-37) during the day,.152 (5-for-33) at night. Is 5-for-16 (.313) with runners in scoring position Stole the first base of his career last Thursday at Houston. Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville June 9 and has started 20 of the A s 22 games since then (17 in center field, three in left field). Began the season on Nashville s disabled list with a strained left calf appeared in 15 games in center field, 10 in left field and seven in right field his complete 2017 minor league stats: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Began the season at Double-A Midland and was moved up to Triple-A Nashville May 21 combined for a.285 batting average, 12 home runs and 87 RBI in 132 games overall ranked second in the A s farm system in hits (155). 2 KHRIS DAVIS Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 3) Atlanta Series: 1-6, 2 r, hr, 2 rbi, 2 bb, 3 so Last Road Trip: 9-22, 4 r, 2b, 3 hr, 8 rbi, 4 bb, hbp, 8 so, 2 sb Hit his 22nd home run of the season yesterday, which is tied for fourth in the American League has the most home runs by an Athletic before the All-Star Break since Jason Giambi had 22 in 2000 the last with more than 22 is Mark McGwire, who had 31 in Is tied for the AL lead with 108 strikeouts, which are second most in Athletics history before the All-Star Break (Cust, 114 in 2008). Is also tied for sixth in the AL in RBI (56). Is batting.323 (32-for-99) with six home runs and 24 RBI over his last 26 games. Of his 22 home runs, 11 have given the A s the lead 18 of his 56 RBI have put Oakland ahead ranks second in the AL in go-ahead home runs (Springer, HOU 12) and go-ahead RBI (Pujols, LAA 19). Has hit 21 of his 22 home runs off right-handed pitchers his only homer off a lefty was on April 14 (Keuchel). ATHLETICS BATTING NOTES Is batting.317 (39-for-123) with 10 home runs and 27 RBI in 31 games during the day,.205 (35-for-171) with 12 home runs and 29 RBI in 48 games at night has the fourth lowest night batting average in the AL. Is one of two players to hit 20 or more home runs in each of the last four seasons (Stanton, MIA) has 64 home runs over the last two years, which are the most in the majors (Encarnacion, 59). Batted.299 with five home runs and 22 RBI in 28 games in June after hitting.186 with six home runs and 15 RBI in 26 games in May. Set an Oakland record for strikeouts in the month of June with 42 (previous: Cust, 36 in 2009) it was the third highest total for any month in Oakland history (45, Cust in July 2008; 43, Monday in Aug. 1968). Recorded his 14th career multi-homer game on Wednesday at Houston, his third of the season. Last Year: Batted.247 with 42 HR and 102 RBI in 150 games in his first season with the A s became the fifth player in Oakland history and seventh in Athletics history to hit 40 home runs tied for third in the American League in home runs. 11 RAJAI DAVIS Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Atlanta Series: 1-6, bb, so, sb Last Road Trip: 1-5, bb, so Has started just six of the A s last 18 games and is 6-for-28 (.214) in 13 games total over that span. Stole his 10th base of the season Friday night and is the only Major Leaguer to steal 10 or more bases in each of the last 11 seasons. Is 4-for-22 (.182) in interleague play but has a.298 (134-for-450) career average in interleague games. Hit.246 in June after batting.214 in April and.191 in May. Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list May 2 and is batting.213 (32-for-150) in 48 games since his return was hitting.214 in 15 games when he was placed on the DL April 25 retroactive to April 22 with a strained left hamstring. Last Year: Played for the American League Champion Cleveland Indians and hit.249 with 12 HR and 48 RBI in 134 games had career highs in runs (74), home runs and walks (33) led the AL and ranked fourth in the majors with 43 steals. 25 RYON HEALY Current Streak: 1 game (3 for 3) Atlanta Series: 3-7, rbi, bb, 2 so Last Road Trip: 7-27, 4 r, 2 hr, 6 rbi, 6 so Went 3-for-3 last night for his sixth three-hit game of the season was 8-for-49 (.163) over his previous 12 contests. Ranks sixth in the American League in total bases (161), ninth in home runs (19) and strikeouts (87) and tied for 10th in extra base hits (37). Is batting.405 (15-for-37) with four home runs and 11 RBI in nine interleague games is a.362 (21-for-58) career hitter against the National League. Is batting.373 (22-for-59) against left-handed pitchers,.253 (64-for- 253) against right-handers ranks sixth in the AL in batting against lefthanders. Is batting.343 (47-for-137) with 11 home runs and 28 RBI in 33 day games,.223 (39-for-175) with eight home runs and 23 RBI in 47 night games leads the AL in day RBI, is tied for second in home runs (Judge, NYY 12) and ranks fourth in batting. Is batting.310 (45-for-145) with 12 of his 19 home runs at home ranks 10th in the AL in home batting average. Has hit 10 of his 19 home runs with runners on base. Has 13 errors, including 11 in 31 games as a third baseman is tied for second among AL third baseman in errors and has an.849 fielding percentage the lowest fielding percentage in Athletics history by a third baseman with 20 or more games is.862 by John Knight in 1907 (38 games). Has made 78 starts at three different positions (33 at designated hitter, 29 at third base, 16 at first base). Hit 10 home runs in June, which tied for second in the American League (Springer, HOU 11) also ranked fourth in RBI (26) and strikeouts (35) had the most June home runs by an Athletic since Mark McGwire had 10 in 1997 and the most RBI since Scott Hatteberg had 27 in Hit his first career grand slam Tuesday at Houston. Last Year: Was called up by Oakland July 15 and started 72 of the A s 73 games after the All-Star Break at third base in his ML debut led ML rookies in doubles after the break (20) and topped AL rookies in hits (82) and extra base hits (33).
5 23 MATT JOYCE Current Streak: 0 for 7 Atlanta Series: 0-7, 2 bb, 3 so Last Road Trip: 6-24, 5 r, 2b, 2 hr, 3 rbi, 3 bb, 5 so Is batting.305 (18-for-59) over his last 17 games after hitting.194 over his first 54 contests. Is batting.306 (26-for-85) during the day,.174 (25-for-144) at night. Is hitting.280 (7-for-25) against left-handed pitchers,.216 (44-for-204) with all 10 of his home runs, all 31 of his RBI and all 36 of his walks against right-handers has not homered off a lefty since June 4, 2016 against Los Angeles-AL, a three-run shot off Greg Mahle that was also his last RBI against a lefty has made 58 of his 61 starts this year and 393 of his 408 starts over the last five years against righties. Has 10 walks in nine interleague games and is tied for fourth in the majors in interleague walks. Has three home runs and 11 RBI in 11 career games against Atlanta. Has hit seven of his 10 home runs on the road six have come with runners on base and five have come when batting leadoff. Hit.286 with five home runs and 12 RBI in 25 games in June after batting.167 in April and.213 in May the home runs are his most in a month since May of 2013 when he also had five. Hit his 10th home run of the season a week ago today and has reached double figures in home runs seven times in his 10 seasons in the majors. Last Year: Spent the entire season with Pittsburgh and batted.242 with 13 home runs and 42 RBI in 140 games added 59 walks for a career-high.403 on-base percentage set a Major League record with 21 pinch-walks. 8 JED LOWRIE Current Streak: 0 for 3 Atlanta Series: 1-7, r, 2b, bb, so Last Road Trip: 6-17, 5 r, 2 2b, hr, 3 rbi, 2 bb, 5 so Is batting.305 (44-for-144) with 28 runs scored, 16 doubles, two triples, five home runs and 19 RBI over his last 37 games. His ninth inning double Friday night was the 199th of his career it was his 26th of the season, which is tied for second in the American League and ties the Oakland record for doubles before the All-Star Break (Joe Rudi in 1974 and Bobby Crosby in 2008). Is also tied for 10th in the AL in extra base hits (37). Is 12-for-34 (.353) with eight doubles, one home run and eight RBI in nine interleague games is tied for the Major League lead in interleague doubles (Betts, BOS). Prior to this series, the Braves had been the only team he never played against in his career. Of his last 19 hits, 12 are for extra bases (eight doubles, two triples, two home runs). Is batting.300 (45-for-150) with seven of his nine home runs at home. Has eight of his nine home runs and 26 of his 28 RBI off right-handed pitching. Last Year: Returned to the A s and batted.263 with two home runs and 27 RBI in 87 games in a season shortened due to two stints on the disabled list has missed 152 games during three stints on the DL over the previous two seasons. 13 BRUCE MAXWELL Current Streak: 0 for 8 Atlanta Series: 0-4, 2 so Last Road Trip: 7-18, 2 r, 2b, rbi, bb, 5 so, gidp Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville June 22 for his third stint with the A s this year and is batting.385 (10-for-26) with four runs and three three-hit games in seven games since his return Has started six of the A s nine games at catcher since his return overall, has tossed out 4-of-17 (23.5%) attempted base stealers. Went 2-for-5 (.400) in two games, both starts at catcher, during his first stint from April was 2-for-14 (.143) with three walks in seven games, five starts (all at catcher), during his second stay from May is 10-for-22 in his third stint with the club. Went 10-for-32 (.313) with two home runs and eight RBI in nine games with Nashville following his May 15 option was on the DL from May 19 to June 13 with a strained right oblique tossed out 6-of-16 (37.5%) attempted base stealers his complete 2017 minor league stats: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Made his Triple-A and Major League debut was batting.321 with a 10 HR and 41 RBI in 60 games with Nashville when he was promoted to Oakland July 23 went on to bat.283 with a home run and 14 RBI in 33 games with the A s. 28 MATT OLSON Current Streak: 4 games (4 for 16) Atlanta Series: 2-8, r, hr, rbi, 2 so Last Road Trip: 4-24, 3 r, 3 hr, 5 rbi, 3 bb, hbp, 11 so, gidp Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville June 22 for his fourth stint with the A s this year and is 8-for-35 (.229) with four home runs and eight RBI in nine games since his return. Is 8-for-36 (.222) against right-handed pitchers, 0-for-8 against lefthanders is 0-for-11 against southpaws in his career. Homered to lead off the ninth inning Friday night to break up the no-hit bid by Foltynewicz. Went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in one game (a start in right field) during his first stint from April 21 to 26 had a pinch hit bases loaded walk for his first career RBI June 4 in his only game during his second stint, which ran from June 3 to 5 was 0-for-6 with a walk and three strikeouts in four games during his third stay from June 10 to 13. Went 4-for-22 (.182) with two home runs and five RBI in seven games with Nashville following his June 14 option ranked third in the Pacific Coast League in home runs (17) and eighth in slugging (.561) at the time of his promotion the home runs were tied for fourth in all of minor league baseball appeared in 54 games at first base, three at designated hitter and one at third base his complete 2017 minor league stats: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Made his Major League debut with Oakland as a September call-up and went 2-for-21 (.095) in 11 games also batted.235 with 17 home runs and 60 RBI in 131 games in his Triple-A debut with Nashville 19 JOSH PHEGLEY Current Streak: 0 for 10 Atlanta Series: 0-4, gidp Last Road Trip: 0-4, 2 bb, so Is batting.145 (8-for-55) over his last 23 games after hitting.250 over his first 19 contests. Is batting.64 (10-for-61) at home,.240 (12-for-50) with all three of his home runs on the road. Is hitting.232 (16-for-69) during the day,.143 (6-for-42) at night. Has tossed out 9-of-27 (33.3%) attempted base stealers, which is fourth best in the American League leads the AL in passed balls (7) and is tied for fifth among AL catchers in errors (5). Was reinstated from the 7-day concussion disabled list May 12 and is batting.195 (15-for-77) with two home runs and four RBI in 30 games since his return was batting.206 with a home run and three RBI in 12 games when he was placed on the concussion DL May 4. Last Year: Hit.256 with a home run and 10 RBI in 26 games in a season shortened due to two stints on the disabled list with a strained right knee (May and July 2-end of season) his batting average was the best of his four ML seasons. 16 ADAM ROSALES Current Streak: 0 for 3 Houston Series: 0-3, rbi, bb, 2 so Last Road Trip: 3-14, 3 r, 2b, hr, 3 rbi, bb, 5 so Batted.250 (12-for-48) in 20 games in June after hitting.202 in 26 games in May. Started 36 of the A s 38 games at shortstop from April 15 to May 28 and hit.211 in 38 games overall over that stretch has started just 13 of the A s 32 games since then and is batting.250 (13-for-52) in 22 games total over that span. Is 4-for-12 (.333) with four walks in six career games against Atlanta. Has a.195 (23-for-118) average against a pitcher the first time he sees him in a game,.294 (20-for-68) after that. Last Year: Batted.229 with 13 home runs and 35 RBI in 105 games with San Diego posted career highs in games, runs (37), doubles (12), triples (3), home runs, RBI, walks (29), slugging percentage, OPS (.814) and extra base hits (28). A S HITTING VS. ATLANTA A S CAREER HITTING VS. TEHERAN 2017 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Alonso Barreto Brugman Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley #DIV/0! Rosales TOTALS PLAYER BAT AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Yonder Alonso L Khris Davis R Sonny Gray R Matt Joyce L Adam Rosales R
6 HIGHS AND LOWS CLUB Longest Winning Streak... 5, April 18 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Home... 5, April 18 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Road... 4, June 23 to 27 Longest Losing Streak... 5, April 23 to 28 Longest Losing Streak, Home... 6, June 19 to present Longest Losing Streak, Road... 5, April 13 to 28 Most Runs, Game, A s... 10, June 24 at Chicago (AL)... 10, June 4 vs. Washington... 10, June 3 vs. Washington Most Runs, Game, Opponents...13, June 9 at Tampa Bay... 13, June 2 vs. Washington Most Runs, Inning, A s... 6, June 22 vs. Houston (8th)...6, June 4 vs. Washington (9th) Most Runs, Inning, Opponents... 8, June 22 vs. Houston (2nd) Largest Margin, Victory...8, June 24 at Chicago (AL) (10-2)...8, April 19 vs. Texas (9-1) Largest Margin, Loss... 10, June 2 vs. Washington (3-13)... 10, April 23 vs. Seattle (1-11) Most Hits, Game, A s... 16, June 10 at Tampa Bay (G#2)... 16, June 10 at Tampa Bay (G#1) Most Hits, Game, Opponents... 20, June 2 vs. Washington Most Hits, Inning, A s... 5 (four times), last: June 17 vs. New York-AL (4th) Most Hits, Inning, Opponents... 6, June 28 at Houston (3rd)... 6, June 22 vs. Houston (2nd)... 6, June 13 at Miami (5th) Most Home Runs, Game, A s... 5, June 28 at Houston Most Home Runs, Game, Opponents...6, May 2 at Minnesota Most Doubles, Game, A s... 7, June 22 vs. Houston Most Doubles, Game, Opponents... 5, June 28 at Houston Most Triples, Game, A s...1 (seven times), last: June 15 vs. New York (AL) Most Triples, Game, Opponents...2, June 9 at Tampa Bay... 2, May 5 vs. Detroit Most Stolen Bases, Game, A s...2 (three times), last: May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponents... 5, April 15 vs. Houston Most Strikeouts, A s Pitchers... 15, June 10 at Tampa Bay (G#1) Most Strikeouts, Opponents Pitchers... 19, May 30 at Cleveland Most Walks, A s Pitchers... 8, April 15 vs. Houston Most Walks, Opponents Pitchers... 8, May 15 at Seattle...8, May 4 at Minnesota Fewest Hits Allowed, A s Pitchers... 2, May 27 at New York (AL)...2, April 8 at Texas Fewest Hits Allowed, Opponents Pitchers...2, June 30 vs. Atlanta... 2, May 17 at Seattle Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game...13, May 4 at Minnesota Most Left on Base, Extra Inning Game...13, June 10 at Tampa Bay (G#1) (10) Fewest Left on Base, Game... 2, June 4 vs. Washington Most Errors, Game... 3 (seven times), last: June 24 at Chicago (AL) Largest Comeback in Win... 3, May 6 vs. Detroit... 3, April 20 vs. Seattle Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss... 5, April 15 vs. Houston INDIVIDUAL Grand Slams... Ryon Healy, June 27 at Houston (James Hoyt)... Matt Joyce, June 4 vs. Washington (Shawn Kelley) Pinch Hit Home Runs... Josh Phegley, April 25 at Los Angeles-AL (Jose Alvarez) Lead Off Home Runs... Matt Joyce, June 17 vs. New York-AL (Masahiro Tanaka)...Adam Rosales, April 22 vs. Seattle (Ariel Miranda) Inside-The-Park Home Runs...None Game Ending Home Runs... Mark Canha, May 19 vs. Boston (Heath Hembree)...Jed Lowrie, May 8 vs. Los Angeles-AL (Deolis Guerra)...Ryon Healy, May 7 vs. Detroit (Francisco Rodriguez) Back-to-Back Home Runs...Adam Rosales and Matt Joyce, June 25 at Chicago (AL)...Yonder Alonso and Ryon Healy, June 3 vs. Washington... Yonder Alonso and Ryon Healy, May 29 at Cleveland... Jed Lowrie and Khris Davis, May 18 vs. Boston Longest Hitting Streak... 11, Ryon Healy, May 13 to 24 Most Runs, Game...4, Rajai Davis, June 7 vs. Toronto Most Hits, Game...4 (four times), last: Yonder Alonso, June 10 at Tampa Bay (G#2) Most Doubles, Game... 2 (11 times), last: Khris Davis, June 20 vs. Houston Most Triples, Game... 1 (seven times), last: Jed Lowrie, June 15 vs. New York (AL) Most Home Runs, Game...2 (11 times), last: Khris Davis, June 28 at Houston Most Runs Batted In, Game...5, Ryon Healy, June 5 vs. Toronto Most Walks, Game... 3, Jed Lowrie, June 14 at Miami...3, Khris Davis, May 27 ay New York (AL) Most Strikeouts, Game...4 (six times), last: Khris Davis, June 17 vs. New York (AL) Most Stolen Bases, Game... 2, Rajai Davis, May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, Marcus Semien, April 8 at Texas Longest Winning Streak... 5, Sean Manaea, May 20 to June 10 Longest Losing Streak... 4, Jharel Cotton, May 9 to June , Andrew Triggs, May 21 to present Most Strikeouts, Game...11, Sonny Gray, May 24 vs. Miami Most Walks, Game...5, Sean Manaea, May 15 at Seattle...5, Sean Manaea, April 15 vs. Houston Most Innings, Game, Starter , Sonny Gray, June 30 vs. Atlanta...8.0, Jesse Hahn, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Innings, Game, Reliever...6.0, Jesse Hahn, April 7 at Texas Low Hit Complete Game...None Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings , Andrew Triggs, April 6 to 18 Most Consecutive Batters Retired... 15, Kendall Graveman, April 8 GENERAL Longest Game, Innings...11, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 11, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Longest Game, Time, Nine Innings... 3:55, April 15 vs. Houston Longest Game, Time, Extra Innings...4:29, June 15 vs. New York-AL (10) Shortest Game, Time... 2:30, May 31 at Cleveland...2:30, April 27 at Los Angeles (AL) Largest Crowd, Home... 36,067, April 3 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Smallest Crowd, Home... 10,292, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Largest Crowd, Road... 45,232, May 28 at New York (AL) Smallest Crowd, Road...13,153, June 9 at Tampa Bay Postponement, Rain, Home... April 16 vs. Houston Postponement, Rain, Road...None MULTIPLE HIT GAMES PLAYER TOT Alonso Barreto Brugman Canha Chapman Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt MULTIPLE RBI GAMES PLAYER TOT Alonso Barreto Brugman Canha Chapman Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Olson Phegley Plouffe Pinder Rosales Vogt GAME TYING/GO-AHEAD RBI PLAYER GT GA TOT Alonso Canha Chapman Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt STARTS IN THE BATTING ORDER Player Alonso Barreto Brugman Canha Chapman Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce LaMarre Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Semien 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 Alonso Barreto Brugman Canha Chapman Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce LaMarre Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Semien Vogt