1 OAKLAND ATHLETICS Game Information Oakland Athletics Baseball Company 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland, CA A s PR on OAKLAND ATHLETICS (2-2) VS. SEATTLE MARINERS (3-1) SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 2014 O.CO COLISEUM 1:05 P.M. PDT RHP DAN STRAILY (10-8, 3.96 IN 2013) VS. RHP FELIX HERNANDEZ (1-0, 3.00) CSNCA A S RADIO NETWORK (95.7 FM THE GAME) EN ESPAÑOL (KIQI 1010 AM) ABOUT THE A S: Won the first game of what is now a three-game series with Seattle Thursday night after losing two of three to Cleveland to start the season have started the season 2-2 for the second consecutive season (would improve to 9-2 last year before losing their third game) this is the A s 47 th season in Oakland have won 16 MLB BEST RECORDS, LAST THREE YEARS W L PCT Atlanta Oakland Cincinnati St. Louis Washington American League West titles, one AL Wild Card, six AL pennants and four World Championships in Oakland only the New York Yankees (18) and Atlanta Braves (17) have more division titles than the A s since the A s moved to Oakland in 1968, only the Yankees (11) and Cardinals (8) have more league championships and only the Yankees have more world championships (7) have a (.522) record over the previous 46 seasons in Oakland only five teams have won more games over that span (New York Yankees, Boston, Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis, Cincinnati) this is the Athletics franchise 114 th season in the American League since 1901, the A s have 16 AL West titles plus 15 AL pennants and nine World Championships only the Yankees (27) and Cardinals (11) have won more World Championships the A s are (.487) in their previous 113 seasons that includes a record from in Philadelphia and from in Kansas City. THIS AND THAT: A s starting pitchers have allowed two runs or fewer in each of the first four games and have a 1.13 ERA (3 er in 24.0 ip) for the season that is the lowest mark in the American League and second lowest in the majors have a 2.31 ERA overall, which ranks third in the AL A s hitters drew 10 walks Thursday night and have 25 for the season, tied for the most in the Majors (Tampa Bay) also are tied for the Major League lead with three triples and are third in the AL with four stolen bases recorded their first walk-off win of the season Thursday night and three of the A s first four games have been decided in the last at bat each of the A s first four games has lasted at least three hours, marking the first time in Oakland history the A s have started the season by playing four consecutive games of at least three hours the average time of game is 3:29. DURING THE SPRING: The A s went , which marked their third consecutive spring with a winning record ( in 2013, in 2012) the last time A s had three straight winning springs was from when they had five straight the five tie games were the most by an Oakland team since moving to Arizona for Spring Training in 1969 the previous high was three in 2010 and 2013 have 16 tie games over the last six springs went in the final spring at Phoenix Muni and on the road led the majors in walks (135), ranked second in runs (193) and on-base percentage (.358), tied for third in grounded into double plays (29), fourth in strikeouts (239) and tied for fourth in triples (11) were fourth in most double plays turned (34) and most errors (33) the A s pitching staff ranked fifth in the majors with 247 strikeouts those are the most strikeouts by an A s team during the spring since statistics are available beginning in 1991 the previous high was 228 last year allowed a Major League leading 44 home runs. ROSTER NOTES: The A s opened the season with 12 pitchers and 13 position players for the sixth time in the last eight years the exceptions were in 2008 and 2012 when they opened in Japan and carried just 10 pitchers 13 players returned from last years Opening Day roster (Céspedes, Crisp, Donaldson, Doolittle, Jaso, Lowrie, Milone, Moss, Norris, Reddick, Scribner, Sogard, Straily) those are the most returning players from a previous Opening Day roster since the 2007 club had 16 five other players on the roster played for the A s at some point last year (Barton, Callaspo, Chavez, Gray, Otero), four were acquired in a trade (Abad, Gregerson, Johnson, Pomeranz), two were signed as a free agent (Kazmir, Punto), and one was signed as a free agent to a minor league contract (Fuld). ROOKIE AND VETERANS: For the first time since 2006, the A s began the season with no rookies on the Opening Day roster four players had six or more years of service: Nick Punto (11 years, 51 days), Coco Crisp (10 years, 158 days), Scott Kazmir (7 years, 119 days) and Alberto Callaspo (6 years, 135 days. TENURE: Of the 25 players on the A s Opening Day roster, only four played for the A s prior to 2012 Daric Barton played for the A s in 2007 and three players were with the club in 2010 (Crisp, Donaldson, Sogard) Barton has been in the A s organization the longest as he was acquired from St. Louis in the Mark Mulder trade, December 18, THE YOUNG AND THE OLD: The average age on the A s Opening Day roster was years the A s roster features one player under the age of 25, Sonny Gray at the age of 24 years, 143 days next youngest is Derek Norris (25 years, 44 days) there are nine players that are at least 30 years old Nick Punto is the oldest at 36 years, 142 days he is followed by Coco Crisp (34 years, 129 days) and Sam Fuld (32 years, 130 days) two of the 30-year olds are in the starting rotation: Jesse Chavez (30 years, 221 days) and Scott Kazmir (30 years, 65 days) the last time the A s had two 30-year olds in the starting rotation at the same time was in April of 2010 (Ben Sheets, Justin Duchscherer). CONTRACT STATUS: The A s have four players under contract beyond the 2014 season...yoenis Céspedes, Scott Kazmir and Eric O Flaherty are signed through 2015 and Coco Crisp is signed through 2016 with a vesting option for 2017 Nick Punto has a vesting option for 2015 and minor leaguer Hiroyuki Nakajima has a club option for OPENING DAY: The A s extended their Opening Day losing streak to 10 games Monday night to establish a new Major League record broke the previous mark of nine held by the New York Giants ( ) and Atlanta Braves ( ) were shutout for the second consecutive opener and now have a 25-inning scoreless streak on Opening Day have scored just one run in their last 37 innings in openers and have just 13 runs during the Opening Day losing streak are batting.167 (54 for 324) over that 10-game stretch eight players returned from last year s Opening Day starting lineup (Céspedes, Crisp, Donaldson, Jaso, Lowrie, Moss, Reddick, Sogard) that matched the most returning players from an Opening Day starting lineup in Oakland history (1976). THE DISABLED LIST: The A s have seven players on the disabled list (Cook, Elmore Gentry, Griffin, O Flaherty, Parker, Rodriguez) O Flaherty and Parker are both on the 60-day DL Cook (Stockton) and Rodriguez (Sacramento) have started a rehab assignment the seven players on the DL matches the most players the A s had on the DL at once last year (May 7-14 and August 26-27) used the DL just 13 times all last year, which was the fewest since 2005 when they used it eight times 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. MARINERS: The A s won the first meeting of 2014 Thursday night after losing the season series last year, 11-8 went 4-6 in Oakland and 4-5 in Seattle over the previous eight seasons, the A s have won the season series in even numbered seasons (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012) and the Mariners have won in odd numbered years (2007, 2009, 2011, 2013) Oakland is (.523) against the Mariners since 2006 all-time, the A s are (.572) against Seattle, which is the second best mark by any team against the Mariners to Boston s.581 mark (min. 20 games) are in Oakland, in Seattle and 1-1 in Tokyo are at Safeco Field. TODAY S TIDBITS Yoenis Céspedes has hit 10 of his 49 career home runs against Seattle, his most against any team Coco Crisp hit his 50 th home run as an Athletic Thursday night 25 of those have given Oakland the lead has 143 career steals as an Athletic and needs one more to tie Reggie Jackson for fifth in Oakland history has a 141-game errorless streak, which is fifth longest in Oakland history by an outfielder Luke Gregerson has pitched in 366 games since 2009, which is the most in the majors over that span John Jaso has 15 pinch-walks since 2010, which are the most by an American Leaguer over that span Jed Lowrie had 10 doubles against Seattle last year, matching the most in Oakland history against one team Dan Otero has not allowed a home run in 53.0 career innings. THIS DATE IN A s HISTORY In 1993 Eric Fox hits the first Opening Day grand slam in Oakland history as the A s defeat the Detroit Tigers, 9-4 in 1994 Terry Steinbach hits the second Opening Day grand slam in Oakland history, but the A s lose 11-7 at Milwaukee. PITCHING PROBABLES Sun., April 6 vs. Seattle RHP Sonny Gray (0-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Erasmo Ramirez (1-0, 2.57) 1:05 CSNCA/95.7 FM/1010 AM (Span.) 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: Dan Straily (10-8, 3.96 ERA in 2013) THIS SPRING: Had no decisions and a 4.37 ERA in four starts this spring opponents hit.275 walked two or more batters in all four starts and issued 10 walks in 13.1 innings overall (6.75 walks per nine innings) had his final start on March 29 against San Francisco rained out pitched in a minor league game March 24 (5.2 ip, 10 h, 7 r, 7 er, 2 bb, 2 so, 2 hr). STRAILY S 2014 SPRING TRAINING STARTS Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR March 4 Milwaukee March 9 Chicago (AL) March 14 at Kansas City March 19 at Cleveland Totals (4 games, 4 starts) STRAILY vs. SEATTLE: Is 0-1 with a 7.82 ERA (12.2 ip, 15 h, 12 r, 11 er, 11 bb, 12 so, 4 hr) in three career starts including 0-1 with an 8.64 ERA (8.1 ip, 12 h, 8 r, 8 er, 7 bb, 9 so, 2 hr) in two starts last year the loss came in a 6-3 decision at Seattle May 10 allowed a career-high tying six runs in 5.0 innings allowed a RBI single to Morse and a RBI double to Smoak in the first inning then allowed a three-run home run to Ibanez in the third and a RBI double to Morales in the fifth then had a no decision in the A s 7-5 loss at Seattle June 22 tossed a career-low 3.1 innings allowed two runs in the second inning on a leadoff home run by Gutierrez and a RBI single by Franklin those were the only runs he would allow was trailing 2-1 when he allowed a one out double to Chavez in the fourth was relieved by Chavez after tossing 78 pitches the A s scored twice in the fifth to get him off the hook. CAREER STARTS CAREER MATCHUPS DATE H/A DEC IP H R ER BB SO AVG. AB H HR BB SO 9/29/12 H Ackley /10/13 A L Cano /22/13 A Gutierrez Saunders Seager Smoak RECAP: Had five stints with Oakland in 2013 and was 10-8 with a 3.96 ERA in 27 starts led American League rookies in games started, innings pitched (152.1) and strikeouts (124) and tied for the lead in wins (Perez, TEX) is the 11th rookie in Oakland history to win 10 or more games, the fifth in the last five years (Anderson, Cahill, Milone, Parker) had the sixth most strikeouts by an Oakland rookie went 1-2 with a 7.27 ERA and.257 opponents batting average over his first five starts, 5-0 with a 2.83 ERA and.196 opponents average over his next nine starts from May 21 to July 9, 0-5 with a 5.20 ERA and.299 opponents over his next seven starts from July 20 to Aug. 23 and 4-1 with a 2.00 ERA and.195 opponents average over his final six starts OPPONENTS BATTING: Allowed a.233 opponents batting average did not have enough innings pitched to qualify for the league leaders, but his opponents average was ninth lowest among AL pitchers with 150 or more innings pitched his.358 slugging percentage was eighth best surrendered 16 home runs in innings (0.95 per nine innings) after allowing 11 in 39.1 innings in 2012 (2.52 per nine innings) 11 of the 16 home runs he allowed were solo shots as are 19 of the 27 in his career his opponents batting average included a.221 (60-for-272) mark against right-handed hitters compared to.244 (72-for-295) against left-handers allowed a.201 batting average the first time through the lineup, which was third lowest among AL pitchers with 150 or more innings pitched now has a.205 (56-for-273) opponents average the first time through the lineup in his career allowed a.225 batting average to batters leading off an inning however, issued 19 walks to start an inning, which tied for second most in the AL opponents hit.300 with runners in scoring position and two outs they were 4-for-7 (.571) with a grand slam with the bases loaded. BEFORE AND AFTER THE BREAK: Was 6-2 with a 4.28 ERA and.217 opponents batting average in 14 starts before the All-Star Break then went 4-6 with a 3.61 ERA and.250 opponents average in 13 starts after the break. NIGHT AND DAY: Was 4-2 with a 2.14 ERA and.195 opponents batting average in nine starts during the day compared to 6-6 with a 4.98 ERA and.252 opponents average in 18 starts at night his day ERA was the lowest in the AL and fourth lowest in the majors among pitchers with 50 or more innings in day games surrendered just one of his 16 home runs during the day in 2012, allowed eight of his 11 home runs in day games. DAYS REST: Was 6-3 with a 3.25 ERA in 14 starts on five days rest or more compared to 4-5 with a 4.80 ERA in 13 starts on four days rest is now 8-3 with a 2.90 ERA (35 er in ip) in 18 career starts on five days rest or more compared to 4-6 with a 5.31 ERA (49 er in 83.0 ip) in 16 starts on four days rest. RUN SUPPORT: Received two runs of support or fewer in 17 of his 27 starts and was 5-8 in those games was 5-0 in 10 starts with three runs of support or more is now 6-9 in 20 career starts with two runs of support or fewer, 6-0 in 14 starts with support of three or more THIS AND THAT: Was 3-1 with a 1.54 ERA and.167 opponents batting average in four interleague starts tied for third in the majors in interleague wins, ranked fourth in opponents batting average and ninth in ERA tied for the team-lead with seven hit batters the A s were (.593) in his starting assignments and are (.618) in his career. MORE 2013 WITH OAKLAND: Was on the A s Opening Day roster and struck out a career-high 11 batters in 6.2 innings in his first start, an 8-3 victory at Houston April 5 the 11 strikeouts matched the Oakland rookie record was optioned to Sacramento the next day when Colón was reinstated from the suspended list returned to Oakland April 29 to start for Brett Anderson and allowed a career-high six runs on seven hits in 4.2 innings that night against Los Angeles (AL) had a no decision in the A s 10-8, 19-inning win and was optioned to Sacramento the next day returned May 1 when Anderson was placed on the DL and went 3-2 with a 4.72 ERA and.232 opponents batting average in 10 starts during his third stint through June 22 had a no decision in the A s 5-4 win at New York May 5 left with a 4-1 lead in the sixth inning but Blevins allowed two inherited runners to score plus one of his own for the blown save it was his first of four starts where he left with the lead only to have the bullpen blow the save (June 1 vs. Chicago-AL, Aug. 12 at Toronto, Sept. 19 vs. Minnesota) combined with Doolittle and Balfour on a three-hit shutout in the A s 1-0 win at Texas May 21 tossed seven innings and allowed two of the hits did not walk a batter to become just the second visiting pitcher at Rangers Ballpark to toss seven or more innings and allow two or fewer baserunners the win began a careerhigh five-game winning streak that spanned nine starts through July 9 during his fourth stint posted a 2.83 ERA and held the opposition to a.196 batting average during the streak surrendered just four home runs in 54.0 innings had a career-high 12.0 inning scoreless streak from May tossed a career-low 3.1 innings June 22 at Seattle and was optioned to Sacramento the next day returned to Oakland July 4 and went 2-0 with a 0.68 ERA in two starts (13.1 ip, 3 h, 1 r, 1 er, 6 bb, 13 so) before he was sent back to Sacramento July 10 with the All-Star Break approaching was recalled for the final time July 20 and went 4-6 with a 3.61 ERA over his final 13 starts went 0-5 with a 4.09 ERA and.300 opponents batting average over his first six starts following his return (July 20-Aug. 17) the losing streak was the longest of his career received just three runs of support in the six starts as the A s were shut out twice and held to one run three times his one no decision during the losing streak was Aug. 12 at Toronto when he yielded one run in a career-high 7.1 innings in the A s 5-1 win allowed a career-high tying six runs in a career-low tying 3.1 innings Aug. 23 at Baltimore then went 4-0 with a 1.90 ERA and.181 opponents batting average over his next four starts from Aug. 28 to Sept. 13 allowed three hits or fewer while pitching five innings or more in four consecutive starts from Sept. 2 to 19 that matched the longest such streak by an A s pitcher since at least 1916 opponents went 10-for-80 (.125) during the streak finished September with a 3-1 record, a 2.10 ERA and a.163 opponents batting average in five starts had the lowest opponents batting average in the majors in September and ranked sixth in the AL in ERA made one start against the Tigers in the ALDS, a no decision in the A s 8-6 loss in Game 4 at Detroit (6.0 ip, 4 h, 3 r, 3 er, 8 so) WITH SACRAMENTO: Was 3-1 with a 1.14 ERA and.202 opponents batting average in five starts with Sacramento allowed just one home run in 31.2 innings struck out 33, an average of 9.38 per nine innings his opponents batting average included a.174 (8-for-46) mark against left-handed hitters compared to.219 (16-for-73) against right-handers yielded a.161 average to batters leading off an inning and issued just one walk the River Cats were 4-1 in his starting assignments. STRAILY 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 STRAILY S CAREER HIGHS Low Hit CG: None IP: 7.1, 8/12/13 at TOR Fewest IP, GS: 3.1 (twice), last: 8/23/13 at BAL H: 8 (four times), last: 8/28/13 at DET R: 6 (four times), last: 8/23/13 at BAL ER: 6 (four times), last: 8/23/13 at BAL BB: 5, 9/16/12 vs. BAL SO: 11, 4/5/13 at HOU HR: 4, 8/8/12 vs. LAA Pitches: 105, 9/19/13 vs. MIN Win Streak: 5, 5/21/13 to 7/9/2013 Loss Streak: 5, 7/20/13 to 8/17/13 Scoreless Streak: 12.0, 5/21/13 to 5/27/13 Complete Games: None Shutouts: None TOMORROW S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER RHP Sonny Gray (0-0, 0.00 ERA): Had a no decision in his first start, a 2-0 A s loss to Cleveland on Opening Night last Monday (6.0 ip, 5 h, 3 bb, 7 so) became just the second starting pitcher in Oakland history to not allow a run on Opening Day (Tim Hudson, 2003) now has a 13.0-inning scoreless streak dating back to September 22, 2013, which matches his career-high (August 10-20, 2013) is 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA in two career starts against Seattle, both last year went 0-1 with a 3.48 ERA in six starts this spring yielded just one home run in 20.2 innings spent most of the 2013 season at Triple-A Sacramento where he was 10-7 with a 3.42 ERA in 20 starts also had two stints with the A s after making two relief appearances in his Major League debut in July, he returned to Oakland Aug. 10 and finished the season in the starting rotation was 5-3 with a 2.67 ERA in 12 games, 10 starts, with the A s.
3 ATHLETICS BULLPEN BRIEFS TEAM 1-2, 4.20 ERA (7 er in 15.0 ip) Saves/Opportunities: 0-for-2 (0.0%) A s bullpen has tied for the most losses in the AL also tied for the fourth most innings pitched among AL bullpens. Ranked third in the American League with a 3.22 ERA in 2013 also ranked third in opponents on-base percentage (.300), fourth in slugging percentage (.357) and fifth in opponents batting average (.237). Issued the fewest walks in the AL (154) and second fewest in the majors (St. Louis, 148) averaged 2.92 walks per nine innings, which was the A s lowest mark since 1990 (2.70). First batters faced had the lowest slugging percentage in the AL (.329) and second lowest in the majors (Pittsburgh,.297) had the second lowest on-base percentage in the AL (.271) and the third lowest batting average (.217) 56 LHP FERNANDO ABAD Last Outing: 4/3 vs. Seattle (ND, 2.0 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 1 bb, 3 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/0 First Hitters: 0-2 Is on his third career Opening Day roster (2011 and 2012 with Houston). Compiled a 3.27 ERA and allowed a.205 batting average in a team-leading 11 appearances this spring did not issue a walk in 11.0 innings while striking out 12 tied for fourth in the Cactus League in games pitched. Thursday night was his first career appearance against the Mariners. Has a 13-game losing streak dating back to April 9, 2011, which is the longest active losing streak in the majors. Was acquired from Washington for minor league infielder John Wooten, November 25, Last Year: Began the season at Triple-A Syracuse and was 1-0 with a 1.06 ERA in 17 relief appearances was promoted to Washington May 21 and went 0-3 with a 3.35 ERA in a career-high 39 relief appearances. 48 RHP RYAN COOK Last Outing: 9/29/13 at Seattle (ND, 1.0 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 1 bb, 0 so) Was placed on the disabled list a week ago today retroactive to March 21 with right shoulder tendinitis did not pitch in a Major League game during the spring is eligible to be reinstated April 5. Began rehab stint with Single-A Stockton Thursday night (1 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 bb, 0 so) all three outs were groundball outs. 62 LHP SEAN DOOLITTLE Last Outing: 4/3 vs. Seattle (ND, 2.0 ip, 1 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 1 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 1-3 Tossed two innings Thursday night for the first time since June 23, 2013 broke streak of 37-straight regular season appearances throwing fewer than two innings. Has a 1.17 ERA (2 er in 15.1 ip) in 15 career appearances in April. Has appeared in 16 career games against Seattle, his most against any team is 1-1 with a 2.60 ERA (5 er in 17.1 ip) all-time against the Mariners. Finished the 2013 season by stranding each of his 19 inherited runners over his final 37 games. Last Year: Went 5-5 with two saves and a 3.13 ERA in 70 games allowed just 2-of-32 (6.3%) inherited runners to score, which was the lowest mark in the majors...issued 13 walks in 69.0 innings (1.70 per nine innings). 44 RHP LUKE GREGERSON Last Outing: 4/3 vs. Seattle (ND, 1.0 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-1 Inherited Runners/Scored: 1/0 First Hitters: 0-3 Begins his sixth season in the majors and is on his sixth consecutive Opening Day roster the first five came with San Diego ( ). Has a 0.84 ERA over his last 22 outings, dating back to last season (2 er in 21.1 ip). Is 1-1 with a 0.84 ERA (1 er in 10.2 ip) in 10 career outings against Seattle. Has pitched in 366 games since 2009, which is the most in the majors over that span. Was acquired from San Diego for outfielder Seth Smith, December 3, Last Year: Went 6-8 with four saves and a 2.71 ERA in a team-leading 73 games in his fifth and final season with San Diego topped 70 games for the fourth time in the last five years. 45 RHP JIM JOHNSON Last Outing: 4/2 (Gm. 2) vs. Cleveland (BS, L, 0.2 ip, 3 h, 3 r, 3 er, 2 bb, 0 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-1 Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 1-1, bb Suffered the loss in back-to-back outings to open the season is the second time in his career he has recorded losses in twostraight appearances (5/14/13 vs. SD; 5/18/13 vs. TB). Has a streak of 19 consecutive saves against the AL West dating back to Aug. 6, Had a save in his only appearance against Seattle last year (1.0 ip, 1 h, 0 r) is 2-1 with six saves and a 1.72 ERA (3 er in 15.2 ip) in 14 career appearances against the Mariners has never blown a save against Seattle. Was acquired from Baltimore for Jemile Weeks and minor league catcher David Freitas, December 2, Last Year: Led the AL and tied Atlanta s Craig Kimbrel for the ML lead with 50 saves is one of three relievers with two 50-save seasons in his career (Gagne, Rivera) was 3-8 with a 2.94 ERA in career-high 74 appearances. 61 RHP DAN OTERO Last Outing: 4/2 (Game 1) vs. Cleveland (ND, 1.2 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 0 bb, 0 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 1/0 First Hitters: 0-1 Is on his second Opening Day roster (San Francisco, 2012). Was 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA and.255 opponents batting average in nine games this spring did not walk a batter in 12.0 innings. Has allowed one run in six career appearances against Seattle, all last year (6.1 ip, 6 h, 1 r, 1 er, 5 so) his six appearances against the Mariners are the most against one team in his career. Has not allowed a home run in 53.0 career innings. Last Year: Began the year at Triple-A Sacramento where he went 1-0 with 15 saves and a 0.99 ERA in 23 appearances was promoted to Oakland June 14 and finished the season with the A s, going 2-0 with a 1.38 ERA in 33 games. 13 LHP DREW POMERANZ Last Outing: 4/3 vs. Seattle (W, 1.0 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 0 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 1/0 First Hitters: 0-1, bb Earned the win Thursday night was his first victory since Sept. 26, 2012 vs. Chicago (NL), while with Colorado. Begins his fourth professional season and his fourth season in the majors but is on his first Opening Day roster. Was 1-1 with a 2.84 ERA and.250 opponents batting average in eight relief appearances this spring struck out 20 batters in 12.2 innings, an average of per nine innings. Thursday night was his first career outing against the Mariners. Was acquired from Colorado with Chris Jensen for Brett Anderson and cash, December 10, Last Year: Was 0-4 with a 6.23 ERA in eight games, including four starts, over two stints with Colorado also went 8-1 with a 4.20 ERA in 15 starts with Triple-A Colorado Springs. 33 RHP FERNANDO RODRIGUEZ Last Outing: 10/3/12 at Chicago-NL (ND, 1.0 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 1 so) Was placed on the disabled list a week ago today retroactive to March 21 as he continues his recovery from Tommy John surgery. 58 RHP EVAN SCRIBNER Last Outing: 4/2 (Game 2) vs. Cleveland (ND, 0.1 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 0 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/0 First Hitters: 0-1 Is on his second consecutive Opening Day roster. Was 0-1 with a 5.25 ERA and.286 opponents batting average in nine games this spring did not allow a run over his first five outings (5.1 ip), but allowed seven over his final four (6.2 ip). Faced the Mariners once last year (1.1 ip, 1 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 0 so, 6.75 ERA) has a 1.93 ERA (1 er in 4.2 ip) in four career outings against Seattle. Last Year: Spent most of the season with Triple-A Sacramento where he went 3-1 with a 2.22 ERA in 31 games also appeared in 18 games over five stints with the A s had no decisions, a 4.39 ERA and.243 opponents average.
4 ATHLETICS BATTING NOTES 10 DARIC BARTON Current Streak: 0 for 4 Cleveland Series: 1-7, bb, so Homestand: 1-7, bb, so Career vs. Hernandez: 8-31 (.258), 0 hr, 5 bb, 8 so Went 0 for 4 in the night game Wednesday against Cleveland after going 1 for 3 in his Opening Day start at first base Monday it was his fourth Opening Day start, which matches Jason Giambi for second most in Oakland history only Mark McGwire, with nine, has more. Is a.303 (59 for 195) career hitter against Seattle with five home runs and 29 RBI the RBI are his most against any team. Is in his eighth season in the majors and is on his fourth career Opening Day roster (2008, 2010, 2011). Batted.273 in 17 games this spring added 12 walks for a teamleading.478 on-base percentage tied for the Major League lead in walks struck out just twice in 46 plate appearances. Last Year: Had two stints with the A s in 2013 and batted.269 with 3 HR and 16 RBI in 37 games spent the balance of the season at Sacramento where he batted.297 with a.423 on-base percentage in 110 games. 18 ALBERTO CALLASPO Current Streak: 0 for 3 Seattle Series: 0-1, 2 bb Homestand: 2-5, 2 r, hr, 2 rbi, 2 bb, so Career vs. Hernandez: (.295), 1 hr, 3 bb, 5 so Made his professional debut at first base Thursday night against Seattle and went 0 for 1 with two walks and an error has started one game at third base and one at first base. Is on his eighth consecutive Opening Day roster and begins his ninth season in the majors with his fourth team (Arizona, Kansas City, Los Angeles-AL). Batted.333 with no home runs and four RBI in 19 games this spring went 7 for 14 (.500) over his final five games appeared in 11 games at third base, five at first base, two at designated hitter and one as a pinch hitter. Last Year: Was acquired by the A s from the Angels one day before the trading deadline and batted.270 with five home runs and 22 RBI in 50 games with Oakland combined for a.258 batting average in 136 games overall. 52 YOENIS CÉSPEDES Current Streak: 3 games (4 for 12) Seattle Series: 1-5, 3b, rbi, so Homestand: 4-16, 2b, 3b, 3 rbi, 2 bb, ibb, 2 so, gidp Career vs. Hernandez: 5-20 (.250), 0 hr, 0 bb, 7 so Has hit safely and driven in a run in each of his last three games (4 for 12, three RBI) after going 0 for 4 in the opener Monday it was his third consecutive Opening Day start (center field in 2012, left field in ) is the first Athletic to start back-to-back openers in left field since Ben Grieve in Has hit 10 of his 49 career home runs against Seattle, his most against any team also has 24 RBI in 37 games against the Mariners, his most against any team. Is on his third consecutive Opening Day roster. Hit.167 with one home run and nine RBI in 20 games this spring went 6 for 24 (.250) over his final seven games after batting.111 over his first 13 contests. Last Year: Batted.240 with 26 home runs and 80 RBI in 135 games in his second season in the majors the home runs were a career high but his batting average dropped 52 points from his.292 in COCO CRISP Current Streak: 3 games (3 for 9) Seattle Series: 1-3, 2 r, hr, rbi, 3 bb, so, sb Homestand: 3-9, 3 r, hr, 2 rbi, 4 bb, 2 so, sh, sf, 2 sb Career vs. Hernandez: (.224), 0 hr, 3 bb, 12 so Hit his first career game-ending home run Thursday night against Seattle it was his sixth regular season walk-off RBI last year, 13 of his 22 home runs gave the A s the lead 25 of his 50 career home runs as an Athletic have put Oakland ahead. Has hit safely in each of his three starts including his ninth career OAKLAND A s CAREER STOLEN BASE LEADERS 867 Rickey Henderson 398 Bert Campaneris 232 Billy North 146 Carney Lansford 144 Reggie Jackson 143 Coco Crisp Opening Day start Monday night against Cleveland, his fourth straight with the A s. Begins his 13 th Major League season, his fifth with the A s is on his 10 th career Opening Day Roster ( , 11-14), his fourth straight with the A s. Hit.261 in 16 games this spring added 12 walks for a.414 onbase percentage tied for the Major League lead in walks. Has a 141-game errorless streak dating back to Aug. 23, 2012, which is fifth longest in Oakland history by an outfielder. Last Year: Hit a career-high 22 home runs and stole 21 bases to become the 10 th player in Athletics history with 20 HR and 20 SB in a season also had career highs in runs (93) and walks (61) batted.261 in 131 games. 20 JOSH DONALDSON Current Streak: 0 for 14 Seattle Series: 0-4, 1 bb, 2 so Homestand: 2-18, r, 1 bb, 5 so Career vs. Hernandez: 2-14 (.143), 0 hr, 1 bb, 6 so Is 0 for his last 14, which is three short of the longest hitless streak of his career (17, three times, last: July 24 to 29, 2013). Is a.162 (17 for 105) career hitter against Seattle, his worst mark against any American League team however, his five home runs against the Mariners are his most against any team. Went 2 for 4 in his second consecutive Opening Day start at third base Monday night against Cleveland and is on his third straight Opening Day roster. Batted.275 with three home runs and 12 RBI in 19 games this spring hit.343 over his final 12 games after batting.125 over his first seven contests. Last Year: Batted.301 with 24 home runs and 93 RBI in 158 games ranked sixth in the American League in on-base percentage (.384), tied for seventh in walks (76), ninth in slugging percentage (.499) and 10th in RBI. 15 JAKE ELMORE Current Streak: 0 games (0 for 0) Was placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 28 with a strained left quad is eligible to be reinstated April SAM FULD Current Streak: 2 games (3 for 9) Seattle Series: 1-5, 3b, rbi, so Homestand: 3-9, r, 2 3b, 2 rbi, bb, 2 so, sb Career vs. Hernandez: 2-7 (.286), 0 hr, 0 bb, 1 so Is the first Athletic to triple in each of his first two games with the A s since Bob Dillinger did it with the Philadelphia A s, April 18-19, 1950 leads the majors with two triples had four triples this spring. Is in his seventh Major League season but is on an Opening Day Roster for just the third time (2011 and 2013 with Tampa Bay). Hit.271 in 22 games this spring led the A s in runs scored (14) and triples (4) the triples match the most by an Athletic during the spring since 1991, the first year spring stats are available (Davis, 2009; Clark, 2005; Spiezio, 1997) tied for third in the Cactus League in triples and tied for seventh in runs appeared in 15 games in left field, 10 in center field and one in right field. Was a non-roster invitee with the A s this spring after signing a minor league contract February 5, Last Year: Spent the entire season at Tampa Bay, batting.199 with two home runs and 17 RBI in 118 games made just 48 starts and his 70 appearances as a sub were the most by an American Leaguer since CRAIG GENTRY Current Streak: 0 games (0 for 0) Was placed on the 15-day disabled list a week ago today retroactive to March 21 with a lower back strain did not play in a Major League game during the spring is eligible to be reinstated any time. 5 JOHN JASO Current Streak: 0 for 5 Seattle Series: 0-1, bb Homestand: 1-6, 2b, 2 bb, 3 so Career vs. Hernandez: 1-7 (.143), 0 hr, 1 bb, 1 so Had a pinch hit walk Thursday night and now has 15 since 2010 those are the most pinch-walks by an American Leaguer over that span. Is a.189 (10 for 53) career hitter against Seattle, which is his worst mark against any American League team. Went 0 for 2 in the night game Wednesday against Cleveland to snap a streak where he reached base safely via hit, walk or hit by pitch in 28 consecutive starts behind the plate dating back to May 4 of last year that matched the longest such streak by a catcher in Oakland history (Gene Tenace, June 12-Sept. 25, 1973). Is on his fourth consecutive Opening Day roster (Tampa Bay, 2011; Seattle, 2012; Oakland, 2013) was the A s Opening Night starter at catcher. Batted.292 with two home runs and 13 RBI in 19 games this spring tied for 10 th in the Cactus League in RBI went 9 for 23 (.391) with eight RBI over his final eight games. Last Year: Batted.271 with three home runs and 21 RBI in 70 games in a season that ended July 25 after suffering a concussion added 38 walks for a.387 on-base percentage, which was fifth best in the AL (min. 200 PA).
5 8 JED LOWRIE Current Streak: 0 for 6 Seattle Series: 0-3, 2 bb, gidp Homestand: 3-14, 2 r, 2b, 2 rbi, 4 bb, 2 so, sh, gidp Career vs. Hernandez: 3-18 (.167), 0 hr, 0 bb, 6 so Has reached base safely in each of the last three games after going 0 for 4 in the opener on Monday. Is a.314 (92 for 293) career hitter in the month of April, which is his best average for any month of the season. Hit.388 with 10 doubles in 17 games against the Mariners last year the doubles match the most in Oakland history against one team (Jackson, 1969 vs. the Angels; Grieve, 1998 vs. the Indians; Chavez, 2001 vs. the Rangers) is a.307 (39 for 127) career hitter against Seattle. Is in his seventh season in the majors and is on his fourth Opening Day roster (2009, 2011, 2013) made his third career Opening Day start Monday, all at shortstop (2009 with Boston, with Oakland). Batted.231 with two home runs and 12 RBI in 18 games this spring tied for the team lead with five doubles. Last Year: Batted.290 with 45 doubles, 15 home runs and 75 RBI in 154 games set an Athletics record for doubles by a switch hitter and an Oakland record for hits by a switch-hitter (175) ranked second in the AL in doubles. 37 BRANDON MOSS Current Streak: 0 for 2 Seattle Series: 0-2, so Homestand: 4-13, 2b, 2 rbi, 2 bb, 2 so Career vs. Hernandez: 5-18 (.278), 1 hr, 0 bb, 7 so Is 4 for 11 (.364) in three starting assignments (two at designated hitter, one at first base). Hit seven home runs against Seattle last year, matching the best single season total in Oakland history against the Mariners (Canseco, 1988; Chavez, 2001) has eight career home runs against the Mariners, matching his most against any team (Angels). Became the A s ninth different Opening Day starter at designated hitter in the last 10 years Monday night against Cleveland it was his fourth career Opening Day start (two in right field, one at first base, one at DH). Is in his eighth season in the majors and is on his fourth Opening Day roster ( , 2013). Hit.364 with four home runs and 14 RBI in 16 games this spring led the A s in home runs tied for seventh in the Cactus League in RBI and tied for 10 th in home runs is a.361 (44 for 122) hitter with six home runs and 29 RBI in 50 games over three springs with the A s. Last Year: Led the A s with 30 home runs and finished second with 87 RBI despite spending most of the season in a platoon ranked sixth in the AL in slugging percentage (.522) and tied for eighth in home runs. 36 DEREK NORRIS Current Streak: 0 for 4 Seattle Series: 0-2, bb Homestand: 3-8, bb, gidp Career vs. Hernandez: 0-2 (.000), 0 hr, 1 bb, 1 so Is 0 for 4 over his last two games after going 3 for 4 in his first contest. Is a.158 (9 for 57) career hitter against Seattle. Is on his second consecutive Opening Day roster with the A s. Batted.378 with three home runs and 12 RBI in 16 games this spring led the A s in batting and slugging (.689) and tied for the lead in doubles (5) has a.365 (31 for 85) average with eight home runs and 24 RBI in 35 games over the last two springs. Last Year: Hit.246 in 98 games with the A s, which was a 45-point improvement over his rookie season average of.201 in 2012 added nine home runs and 30 RBI walked 37 times for a.345 on-base percentage. 1 NICK PUNTO Current Streak: 1 game (2 for 5) Seattle Series: 2-5, r, 2 so, sb Homestand: 2-10, r, bb, 4 so, sb Career vs. Hernandez: 1-9 (.111), 0 hr, 3 bb, 1 so Had his first two hits as an Athletic Thursday night against Seattle after going 0 for 5 over his first two contests. Flew out as a pinch hitter Monday night and is 4 for 28 (.143) in the pinch over the last three years. Is in his 14 th season in the majors with his sixth team (Phillies, Twins, Cardinals, Red Sox, Dodgers) is on his 12 th Opening Day roster (Philadelphia, ; Minnesota, ; Boston, 2012; Los Angeles-NL, 2013). Hit.356 in 17 games this spring added six walks for a.431 onbase percentage appeared in nine games at shortstop and nine at second base Signed with the A s as a free agent November 13, Last Year: Spent the entire season with Los Angeles (NL) and hit.255 with two home runs and 21 RBI in 116 games the games played were his most since 2009 batted.309 against left-handed pitching,.228 against right-handers. 16 JOSH REDDICK Current Streak: 2 games (2 for 9) Seattle Series: 1-5, 2 so Homestand: 2-16, 2 r, 2 bb, 6 so Career vs. Hernandez:4-27 (.148), 0 hr, 0 bb, 5 so Has hit safely in each of his last two games (2 for 9,.222) after going 0 for 7 with two walks over his first two contests. Made his third consecutive Opening Day start in right field Monday night is the first Athletic to make three consecutive Opening Day starts in right field since Ruben Sierra ( ) is 0 for 12 on Opening Day. Begins his sixth Major League season and is on his third straight Opening Day roster...all three have been with the A s. Batted.333 with three home runs and a team-leading 15 RBI in 19 games this spring ranked sixth in the Cactus League in RBI. Last Year: Batted.226 with 12 home runs and 56 RBI in 114 games in a season interrupted by two stints on the disabled list with a sprained right wrist the home runs were 20 fewer than his 32 from ERIC SOGARD Current Streak: 0 for 4 Cleveland Series: 0-4, r, 2 bb, so Homestand: 0-4, r, 2 bb, so Career vs. Hernandez: 3-15 (.200), 0 hr, 1 bb, 1 so Is hitless over his first two starts (0 for 4) but has walked twice. Made his third consecutive Opening Day start Monday night against Cleveland (2012 at third base, at second base). Begins his fifth season with the A s and is on the Opening Day roster for the third consecutive season. Hit.255 in 18 games this spring finished the spring with a sevengame hitting streak (8 for 19,.421) after batting.138 over his first 11 contests. Last Year: Batted.266 with two home runs and 35 RBI in 130 games in his first full Major League season made 104 of his 110 starts against right-handed pitchers hit.274 against right-handers,.230 against left-handers. A s vs. SEATTLE 2014 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI ##### Barton Callaspo Céspedes Crisp Donaldson Fuld Jaso Lowrie Moss Norris Punto Reddick ##### Sogard TOTALS
6 k 2014 OAKLAND ATHLETICS SCHEDULE AND RESULTS GA/ LEADER CUM. DATE G OPP W-L SCORE REC POS GB AND LEAD WINNER LOSER SAVE ATT. ATT. 3/31 1 CLE L t3-1 SEA ½ Allen Johnson Axford 36,067* 36,067 4/1 CLE PPD, Rain 4-1½ SEA ½ 4/2 2 CLE W Kazmir Kluber 15,134 51,201 3 CLE L SEA ½ Allen Johnson Axford 12,198 63,399 4/3 4 SEA W 3-2 (12) SEA ½ Pomeranz Noesi 11,236 74,635 4/4 SEA PPD, Wet Field DATE G OPP TIME TV PROMOTION 4/5 5 SEA 1:05 CSNCA Back-to-Back Division Champs Fleece Blanket (15,000 fans) 4/6 6 SEA 1:05 CSNCA Ripcord Bracelet (7,500 kids)/little League Day 4/7 8 at MIN 1:10 CSNCA 4/8 OFF DAY 4/9 9 at MIN 10:10 CSNCA 4/10 10 at MIN 10:10 MLB Network 4/11 11 at SEA 7:10 CSNCA 4/12 12 at SEA 6:10 CSNCA PLUS 4/13 13 at SEA 1:10 CSNCA 4/14 14 at LAA 7:05 ESPN 4/15 15 at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 4/16 16 at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 4/17 OFF DAY 4/18 17 HOU 7:05 CSNCA 4/19 18 HOU 1:05 CSNCA Josh Donaldson Bobblehead (20,000 fans) 4/20 19 HOU 1:05 CSNCA 4/21 20 TEX 7:05 CSNCA 4/22 21 TEX 7:05 CSNCA 4/23 22 TEX 12:35 CSNCA 4/24 23 at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 4/25 24 at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 4/26 25 at HOU 4:10 CSNCA 4/27 26 at HOU 11:10 CSNCA 4/28 27 at TEX 5:05 ESPN 4/29 28 at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 4/30 29 at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 5/1 OFF DAY 5/2 30 at BOS 4:10 CSNCA 5/3 31 at BOS 10:35 CSNCA 5/4 32 at BOS 10:35 CSNCA 5/5 33 SEA 7:05 CSNCA 5/6 34 SEA 7:05 CSNCA 5/7 35 SEA 12:35 5/8 OFF DAY 5/9 36 WSH 7:05 CSNCA 5/10 37 WSH 6:05 CSNCA Music of Journey Fireworks Show 5/11 38 WSH 1:05 CSNCA Pink Rally Towel (10,000 fans)/breast Cancer Awareness Day 5/12 39 CWS 7:05 CSNCA 5/13 40 CWS 7:05 CSNCA 5/14 41 CWS 12:35 5/15 OFF DAY 5/16 42 at CLE 4:05 CSNCA 5/17 43 at CLE 10:05 CSNCA 5/18 44 at CLE 10:05 CSNCA 5/19 OFF DAY 5/20 45 at TB 4:10 CSNCA 5/21 46 at TB 4:10 CSNCA 5/22 47 at TB 1:10 5/23 48 at TOR 4:07 CSNCA 5/24 49 at TOR 10:07 CSNCA 5/25 50 at TOR 10:07 CSNCA 5/26 51 DET 1:05 CSNCA Elephant BP Cap (10,000 fans) 5/27 52 DET 7:05 CSNCA 5/28 53 DET 7:05 CSNCA 5/29 54 DET 12:35 5/30 55 LAA 7:05 CSNCA 5/31 56 LAA 7:05 CSNCA Catfish Hunter Bobble Head (15,000 fans)/1974 World Series Reunion 6/1 57 LAA 1:05 CSNCA Chip & Chili Platter (10,000 fans)/mathletics Day/Scout Day 6/2 OFF DAY 6/3 58 at NYY 4:05 CSNCA 6/4 59 at NYY 4:05 ESPN 6/5 60 at NYY 10:05 CSNCA 6/6 61 at BAL 4:05 CSNCA 6/7 62 at BAL 3:15 FOX 6/8 63 at BAL 10:35 CSNCA 6/9 64 at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 6/10 65 at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 6/11 66 at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 6/12 OFF DAY 6/13 67 NYY 7:05 CSNCA Super Mario Bros. Fireworks Show 6/14 68 NYY 7:05 CSNCA 6/15 69 NYY 1:05 CSNCA 6/16 70 TEX 7:05 CSNCA 6/17 71 TEX 7:05 CSNCA 6/18 72 TEX 12:35 CSNCA 6/19 73 BOS 7:05 CSNCA 6/20 74 BOS 7:05 CSNCA 6/21 75 BOS 1:05 CSNCA 6/22 76 BOS 1:05 CSNCA Coco Crisp Gnome (20,000 fans) 6/23 OFF DAY 6/24 77 at NYM 4:10 CSNCA 6/25 78 at NYM 4:10 CSNCA 6/26 OFF DAY 6/27 79 at MIA 4:10 CSNCA 6/28 80 at MIA 1:10 CSNCA 6/29 81 at MIA 10:10 CSNCA 6/30 82 at DET 4:08 CSNCA 7/1 83 at DET 4:08 CSNCA 7/2 84 at DET 10:08 7/3 85 TOR 6:05 CSNCA Patriotic Fireworks 7/4 86 TOR 1:05 CSNCA 7/5 87 TOR 7:05 CSNCA 7/6 88 TOR 1:05 CSNCA 7/7 89 SF 7:05 CSNCA 7/8 90 SF 7:05 CSNCA 7/9 91 at SF 7:15 CSNCA 7/10 92 at SF 12:45 CSNCA 7/11 93 at SEA 7:10 CSNCA 7/12 94 at SEA 7:10 CSNCA 7/13 95 at SEA 1:10 CSNCA 7/14 ALL 7/15 STAR 7/16 BREAK 7/17 (at Minn.) 7/18 96 BAL 7:05 CSNCA 7/19 97 BAL 6:05 CSNCA 1989 Reunion T-Shirt (15,000 fans)/1989 World Series Reunion 7/20 98 BAL 1:05 CSNCA 7/21 OFF DAY 7/22 99 HOU 7:05 CSNCA 7/ HOU 7:05 CSNCA 7/ HOU 12:35 7/ at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 7/ at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 7/ at TEX 4:05 CSNCA 7/ at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 7/ at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 7/ at HOU 11:10 7/31 OFF DAY 8/1 108 KC 6:35 CSNCA Super Heroes Fireworks Show/Italian Heritage Day 8/2 109 KC 1:05 CSNCA Yoenis Céspedes La Potencia T-Shirt (10,000 fans) 8/3 110 KC 1:05 CSNCA 8/4 111 TB 7:05 CSNCA 8/5 112 TB 7:05 CSNCA 8/6 113 TB 12:35 8/7 114 MIN 7:05 CSNCA 8/8 115 MIN 7:05 CSNCA 8/9 116 MIN 6:05 CSNCA Tony La Russa Hall of Fame Bobblehead (20,000 fans) 8/ MIN 1:05 CSNCA 8/ at KC 5:10 CSNCA 8/ at KC 5:10 CSNCA 8/ at KC 5:10 CSNCA 8/ at KC 11:10 8/ at ATL 4:35 CSNCA 8/ at ATL 4:10 CSNCA 8/ at ATL 10:35 CSNCA 8/18 OFF DAY 8/ NYM 7:05 CSNCA Jewish Heritage Day 8/ NYM 12:35 CSNCA 8/21 OFF DAY 8/ LAA 7:05 CSNCA Filipino Heritage Day 8/ LAA 6:05 CSNCA Disney/Pixar s The Incredibles Fireworks 8/ LAA 1:05 CSNCA 8/ at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 8/ at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 8/ at HOU 5:10 CSNCA 8/ at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 8/ at LAA 7:05 CSNCA 8/ at LAA 6:05 CSNCA 8/ at LAA 12:35 CSNCA 9/1 137 SEA 1:05 CSNCA Coco Crisp Jersey (15,000 fans) 9/2 138 SEA 7:05 CSNCA 9/3 139 SEA 12:35 9/4 9/5 140 HOU 7:05 CSNCA 9/6 141 HOU 1:05 CSNCA Reusable Tote Bag (10,000 fans) /Faith & Family Day 9/7 142 HOU 1:05 CSNCA 9/8 143 at CWS 5:10 CSNCA 9/9 144 at CWS 5:10 CSNCA 9/ at CWS 5:10 CSNCA 9/ at CWS 11:10 9/ at SEA 7:10 CSNCA 9/ at SEA 6:10 CSNCA 9/ at SEA 1:10 CSNCA 9/15 9/ TEX 7:05 CSNCA 9/ TEX 7:05 ESPN 9/ TEX 12:35 9/ PHI 6:35 CSNCA Star Wars Fireworks Show 9/ PHI 1:05 CSNCA Oktoberfest Stein (10,000 fans) 9/ PHI 1:05 CSNCA Team Photo (10,000 fans)/fan Appreciation Day 9/ LAA 7:05 CSNCA 9/ LAA 7:05 CSNCA 9/ LAA 12:35 CSNCA 9/ at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 9/ at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 9/ at TEX 5:05 CSNCA 9/ at TEX 12:05 CSNCA
7 HIGHS AND LOWS CLUB Longest Winning Streak... 1, April 2 and April 3 to present Longest Winning Streak, Home... 1, April 2 and April 3 to present Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak... 1, March 31 and April 2 Longest Losing Streak, Home... 1, March 31 and April 2 Longest Losing Streak, Road Most Runs, Game, A s... 6, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Runs, Game, Opponents... 6, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Most Runs, Inning, A s... 2 (three times) Most Runs, Inning, Opponents... 3, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) (9 th ) Largest Margin, Victory... 5, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) (6-1) Largest Margin, Loss... 2 (twice) Most Hits, Game, A s... 12, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Hits, Game, Opponents... 9, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Most Hits, Inning, A s... 3 (twice) Most Hits, Inning, Opponents... 3 (twice) Most Home Runs, Game, A s... 1 (twice) Most Home Runs, Game, Opponents... 1, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Most Doubles, Game, A s... 2, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Doubles, Game, Opponents... 2 (twice), last: April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Triples, Game, A s... 2, April 3 vs. Seattle Most Triples, Game, Opponents... None Most Stolen Bases, Game, A s... 2, April 3 vs. Seattle Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponents... 3, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Most Strikeouts, A s Pitchers... 12, March 31 vs. Cleveland Most Strikeouts, Opponents Pitchers... 10, April 3 vs. Seattle Most Walks, A s Pitchers... 7, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Most Walks, Opponents Pitchers... 10, April 3 vs. Seattle Fewest Hits Allowed, A s Pitchers... 5, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Fewest Hits Allowed, Opponents Pitchers... 5, March 31 vs. Cleveland Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game... 12, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Left on Base, Extra Inning Game... 10, April 3 vs. Seattle Fewest Left on Base, Game... 8, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Most Errors, Game... 2, April 3 vs. Seattle Largest Comeback in Win... 2, April 3 vs. Seattle Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss... 2, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) INDIVIDUAL Grand Slams... None Pinch Hit Home Runs... None Lead Off Home Runs... None Inside-The-Park Home Runs... None Game Ending Home Runs... Coco Crisp, April 3 vs. Seattle (Hector Noesi) Back-to-Back Home Runs... None Longest Hitting Streak... 3, Coco Crisp, March 31 to present... 3, Yoenis Céspedes, April 2 to present Most Runs, Game... 2 (twice), last: Coco Crisp, April 3 vs. Seattle Most Hits, Game... 3, Derek Norris, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Doubles, Game... 1 (four times) Most Triples, Game... 1 (three times), last: Yoenis Céspedes and Sam Fuld, April 3 vs. Seattle Most Home Runs, Game... 1 (twice) Most Runs Batted In, Game... 2, Alberto Callaspo, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Walks, Game... 3, Coco Crisp, April 3 vs. Seattle Most Strikeouts, Game... 2 (seven times) Most Stolen Bases, Game... 1 (four times) Longest Winning Streak... 1 (two players tied) Longest Losing Streak... 2, Jim Johnson, March 31 to present Most Strikeouts, Game... 7, Sonny Gray, March 31 vs. Cleveland Most Walks, Game... 3, Sonny Gray, March 31 vs. Cleveland Most Innings, Game, Starter , Scott Kazmir, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Most Innings, Game, Reliever...2.0, Fernando Abad and Sean Doolittle, April 3 vs. Seattle Low Hit Complete Game... None Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings , Scott Kazmir, April 2 to present Most Consecutive Batters Retired... 10, Sean Doolittle, March 31 to April 3 GENERAL Longest Game, Innings... 12, April 3 vs. Seattle Longest Game, Time, Nine Innings... 3:33, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Night) Longest Game, Time, Extra Innings... 4:02, April 3 vs. Seattle (12) Shortest Game, Time... 3:05, April 2 vs. Cleveland (Day) Largest Crowd, Home... 36,067, March 31 vs. Cleveland Smallest Crowd, Home... 11,236, April 3 vs. Seattle Largest Crowd, Road Smallest Crowd, Road Postponement, Rain, Home... April 1 vs. Cleveland Postponement, Rain, Road... None MULTIPLE HIT GAMES MULTIPLE RBI GAMES GAME TYING/GO-AHEAD RBI PLAYER Tot PLAYER Tot PLAYER GT GA Tot Barton Barton Barton Callaspo Callaspo Callaspo Céspedes Céspedes Céspedes Crisp Crisp Crisp Donaldson Donaldson Donaldson Fuld Fuld Fuld Jaso Jaso Jaso Lowrie Lowrie Lowrie Moss Moss Moss Norris Norris Norris Punto Punto Punto Reddick Reddick Reddick Sogard Sogard Sogard STARTS IN THE BATTING ORDER GAMES BY POSITION C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PLAYER PLAYER G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS Barton Barton Callaspo Callaspo Céspedes Céspedes Crisp Crisp Donaldson Donaldson Fuld Fuld Jaso Jaso Lowrie Lowrie Moss Moss Norris Norris Punto Punto Reddick Reddick Sogard Sogard
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BALTIMORE ORIOLES GAME NOTES Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Thursday, September 21, 2017 Game #154 Home Game #78 Baltimore Orioles (73-80) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (74-78)
Minor League Report August 28, 2015 Organizational Record: 392-371 (.514) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS DOUBLEHEADER: W, 5-0 / L, 6-1 VS. LEHIGH VALLEY WP: C. Hebert (2-0) LP: J. Biddle (2-4) SV: --
CUBS VS. BREWERS The Cubs and Brewers play 19 games spanning six series, starting with this four-game set at Miller Park the teams will play a four-game series at Wrigley Field, April 26-29 the Cubs have
Minor League Report June 2, 2017 Organizational Record: 117-92 (.560) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS YESTERDAY: L, 6-3 VS. COLUMBUS WP: R. Merritt (5-5) LP: J. Feyereisen (0-1) SV: J. Martin (3) RECORD:
2 016 LOS A N G E L E S D O D G E R S MATHLETICS 6-8th GRADE WORKBOOK CLAYTON KERSHAW 2 2 P I T C H E R HEIGHT: 6 3 WEIGHT: 220 BATS: LEFT THROWS: LEFT BORN: 3/19/1988 MLB DEBUT: 5/25/2008 The Los Angeles
GAME INFORMATION Safeco Field PO Box 4100 Seattle, WA 98194 TEL: 206.346.4000 FAX: 206.346.4000 www.mariners.com Wednesday, May 30, 2012 SEATTLE MARINERS (22-30) at TEXAS RANGERS (31-19) Game #53 (22-30)
Minor League Report August 11, 2016 Organizational Record: 404-340 (.543) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS YESTERDAY: W, 10-0 VS. LEHIGH VALLEY WP: D. Enns (6-2) LP: D. Buchanan (8-7) SV: None RECORD:
2015 NATIONAL BASEBALL ARBITRATION COMPETITION Jenrry Mejia v. New York Mets Submission on Behalf of the New York Mets Midpoint: $2.6M Submission by Team 32 Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION AND REQUEST
Chicago Cubs (37-36) vs. Miami Marlins (33-39) June 24, 2017 Marlins Park Game No. 74 Road Game No. 36 LHP Jon Lester (4-4, 3.83) vs. LHP Justin Nicolino (0-1, 5.06) CUBS VS. MARLINS The Cubs and Marlins
San Diego Padres (56-79) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGS (75-60) LHP Christian Friedrich (4-10, 4.84) vs. RHP José De León (Major League debut) Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016 1:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game
NEW YORK METS (4-3) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (3-4) Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 p.m. EDT Game 8; Home 5 RHP Matt Harvey (1-0, 2.70) vs. RHP Clay Buchholz (0-0, 7.20) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
Seattle Mariners (42-36) 8, Boston Red Sox (35-43) 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Boston 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 1 Seattle 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 x 8 10 0 Boston AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO PO A Holt, RF.320 5 1 2
SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS MEDIA NOTES GAME # 70 HOME GAME # 34 AWAY GAME # 36 MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2015 7:10PM SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS (30-39) VS. TULSA DRILLERS (29-39) St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers Today
SPLITSVILLE: The Dodgers today finish out their three-day, fourgame series with the Giants looking for a split after dropping two of the first three contests on this season-long 1-day, 11-game road trip
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (67-52) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (56-65) RHP Ross Stripling (3-4, 4.07) vs. RHP Jerad Eickhoff (8-12, 3.82) Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016 7:05 p.m. ET Citizens Bank Park Game 120 Road Game
Chicago Cubs (2-3) vs. Atlanta Braves (4-1) Information 2013 Chicago Cubs Media Relations Office April 7, 2013 Turner Field Game No. 6 Road Game No. 6 RHP Jeff Samardzija (1-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Tim Hudson
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (11-11) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (13-12) Sunday, April 30, 2017 Dodger Stadium 4:10 p.m. EDT Game 23; Road 12 RHP Nick Pivetta (NR) vs LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (0-4, 4.64) LAST NIGHT S ACTION:
Chicago Cubs (75-63) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (67-72) September 6, 2017 PNC Park Game No. 139 Road Game No. 70 LHP José Quintana (5-3, 4.50) vs. RHP Gerrit Cole (11-9, 4.11) CUBS VS. PIRATES The Cubs and
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (104-58) at Houston Astros (101-61) LHP Clayton Kershaw (3-0, 2.96) vs. LHP Dallas Keuchel (2-2, 3.00) Sunday, October 29, 2017 7:20 p.m. CT Minute Maid Park Houston, TX World Series
NEW YORK YANKEES (10-6) VS. PITTSBURGH PIRATES (7-9) APRIL 22, 2017 at PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA --- GAME #17/HOME #8 RHP MICHAEL PINEDA (2-1, 3.44 ERA) vs. RHP JAMESON TAILLON (1-0, 0.90 ERA) THE PIRATES...began
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (80-61) at Miami Marlins (70-72) RHP Kenta Maeda (14-8, 3.29) vs. RHP Jose Urena (3-6, 5.54) Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016 1:10 p.m. ET Marlins Park Miami, FL Game 142 Road Game 68 (33-34)
PITTSBURGH PIRATES (3-5) vs. BOSTON RED SOX (4-4) APRIL 13, 2017 at Fenway Park, BOSTON, MA --- GAME #9/ROAD #3 RHP CHAD KUHL (1-0, 3.60 ERA) vs. LHP EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ (0-1, 7.20 ERA) THE PIRATES...arrived
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (11-12) vs. CHICAGO CUBS (13-11) Monday, May 1, 2017 Wrigley Field 8:05 p.m. EDT Game 24; Road 13 RHP Vince Velasquez (1-2, 6.33) vs LHP Brett Anderson (2-0, 3.54) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
Los Angeles Dodgers (7-4) at Arizona Diamondbacks (4-9) RHP Zack Greinke (2-, 3.27) vs. LHP Wade Miley (2-1, 4.5) Saturday, April 12, 214 5:1 p. m. Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ Game 12 Road Game 7 (5-1) Night
New York Yankees (34-31) 6, Seattle Mariners (34-32) 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E NY Yankees 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 1 Seattle 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 7 0 NY Yankees AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO PO A Gardner,
Miami Marlins (14-27) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (25-18) RHP Dan Straily (1-3, 3.56) vs. LHP Julio Urías (0-1, 3.43) Saturday, May 20, 2017 7:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 44 Home Game 22
WELKER AT A GLANCE: A 10th-year wide receiver in his first season with Denver who is tied for the most 100-catch campaigns (5) in NFL history while tying for the most 10-catch games (18) in league annals.
CUBS VS. METS The Cubs and Mets play six games, spanning two series, this season after this week, the Cubs and Mets do not play again until three months from today, when they play a threegame set at Wrigley
Terrell Davis Running back Terrell Davis was selected in the sixth round, 196th player overall, of the 1995 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. The little-known back made a big splash when earned a starting
CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs and Cardinals play 19 games, spanning six series, this season this is St. Louis second visit to Wrigley as the teams split a rain-shortened two-game series at Wrigley to open
WASHINGTON NATIONALS (2-1) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (1-2) Friday, April 7, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 3:05 p.m. EDT Game 4; Home 1 RHP Max Scherzer (NR) vs. RHP Vince Velasquez (NR) YESTERDAY S ACTION: The
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (24-51) vs SEATTLE MARINERS (39-39) Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Safeco Field 10:10 p.m. EDT Game 76; Road 42 RHP Aaron Nola (4-5, 4.32) vs LHP James Paxton (5-2, 3.39) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
Friday, August 14, 2015 Game #116 (54-61) Fenway Park SEATTLE MARINERS (54-61) at BOSTON RED SOX (50-64) Road #57 (28-28) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: LHP Mike Montgomery (4-4, 3.25) vs.
Monday, September 7, 2015 Game #138 (66-71) Safeco Field TEXAS RANGERS (71-64) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (66-71) Home #66 (29-36) TODAY S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: RHP Yovani Gallardo (11-9, 3.27)
Colorado Rockies (73-80) LOS ANGELES DODGERS (87-66) RHP Jon Gray (10-8, 4.42) vs. LHP Scott Kazmir (10-6, 4.59) Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 7:20 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 154 Home Game 79
Atlanta Braves Record: 89-73 1st Place National League West Manager: Joe Torre Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium - 52,785 Day: 1-10 Good, 11-17 Average, 18-20 Bad Night: 1-6 Good, 7-17 Average, 18-20 Bad Day:
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 2016 ATTENDANCE ANALYSIS Compiled and Written by David P. Kronheim firstname.lastname@example.org 2017 LAWRENCE PETER (YOGI) BERRA (1925-2015) He lived his life with pride and humility, and
2013 Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition Dexter Fowler vs. Colorado Rockies Submission on Behalf of Mr. Dexter Fowler Midpoint: $4.3 million Submission by Team 38 Table of Contents I. Introduction
www.cubspressbox.com * CubsMediaCubs.com * 773-404-4191 * Cubs * 1060 W. Addison St., Chicago, IL 60613 CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs and Cardinals play 19 games, spanning six series, this season this is
Chicago Cubs (87-68) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (81-74) September 25, 2017 Busch Stadium Game No. 156 Road Game No. 78 LHP Jon Lester (11-8, 4.56) vs. RHP Luke Weaver (7-1, 2.05) CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs
MARINERS (1-0) @ ANGELS (0-1) RHP ERASMO RAMIREZ (5-3, 4.98 ERA in 13) vs. LHP C.J. WILSON (17-7, 3.39 ERA in 13) ANGEL STADIUM 7:05 PM PDT TV FOX SPORTS WEST RADIO KLAA AM 830 TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 2014 GAME
CLEVELAND INDIANS (10-10) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (13-10) Saturday, April 30, 2016 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 p.m. EDT Game 24; Home 12 RHP Trevor Bauer (1-0, 4.76) vs. RHP Jerad Eickhoff (1-3, 4.07) YESTERDAY
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (24-19) vs. DETROIT TIGERS (21-22) Monday, May 23, 2016 Comerica Park 7:10 p.m. EDT Game 45; Road 23 RHP Vince Velasquez (5-1, 2.42) vs. RHP Mike Pelfrey (0-4, 5.49) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
FISH BITES MIAMI MARLINS (43-65) RHP Jose Ureña (1-5, 4.37) at ATLANTA BRAVES (48-60) RHP Matt Wisler (5-2, 4.44) TURNER FIELD, ATLANTA, GA Thursday, August 6, 2015 7:10 P.M. The Marlins and Braves open
ROYALS (31-34) @ ANGELS (35-35) RHP IAN KENNEDY (0-6, 5.40 ERA) vs. RHP JESSE CHAVEZ (5-6, 5.06 ERA) ANGEL STADIUM 7:07 PM PST TV FOX SPORTS WEST RADIO KLAA AM 830 FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2017 GAME #71 (35-35)
ANGELS (17-18) @ ATHLETICS (15-18) RHP JESSE CHAVEZ (2-2, 4.46 ERA) vs. RHP ANDREW TRIGGS (4-2, 2.34 ERA) OAKLAND COLISEUM 12:37 PM PST TV FOX SPORTS WEST RADIO KLAA AM 830 WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 2017 GAME
Boston Red Sox Record: 84-78 t-2nd Place American League East Manager: Joe Morgan Fenway Park - 34,171 Day: 1-8 Good, 9-15 Average, 16-20 Bad Night: 1-4 Good, 5-13 Average, 14-20 Bad Day: 1-12 Good, 13-17
NEW YORK YANKEES 2017 Supplemental Bios TODD FRAZIER INF JAIME GARCÍA LHP SONNY GRAY RHP TOMMY KAHNLE RHP DAVID ROBERTSON RHP TODD FRAZIER 21 THIRD BASEMAN 2016 SEASON American League Leaders: 6th-HR (40).
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (5-9) vs. NEW YORK METS (8-7) Thursday, April 20, 2017 Citi Field 7:10 p.m. EDT Game 15; Road 9 RHP Aaron Nola (1-0, 3.27) vs. RHP Noah Syndergaard (1-0, 0.95) LAST NIGHT S ACTION:
Sunday, April 22, 2018 Game #20 (11-8) Globe Life Park SEATTLE MARINERS (11-8) at TEXAS RANGERS (7-15) Road #10 (6-3) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: RHP Erasmo Ramirez ( 18 debut) vs. LHP
SAN DIEGO PADRES PETCO PARK 100 PARK BLVD SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 GAME INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE PADRES COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT KANSAS CITY ROYALS (14-16) vs. SAN DIEGO PADRES (14-18) Monday, May 5, 2014
Kurt Warner Kurt Warner s unique path to the National Football League started with several seasons of play in the Arena Football League and NFL Europe. He signed as free agent with the St. Louis Rams in
CUBS (0-0) @ ANGELS (0-0) RHP JAKE ARRIETA (22-6, 1.77 ERA in 2015) vs. RHP GARRETT RICHARDS (15-12, 3.65 ERA in 2015) ANGEL STADIUM 7:05 PM PDT TV FOX SPORTS WEST, ESPN2 RADIO KLAA AM 830 MONDAY, APRIL
Kevin Greene Kevin Greene, a fifth-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Rams in the 1985 NFL Draft, quickly developed into one of the most punishing pass rushers in league history. A walk-on at Auburn he
Monday, June 22, 2015 Game #71 (32-38) Safeco Field KANSAS CITY ROYALS (39-27) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (32-38) Home #38 (16-21) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: RHP Joe Blanton (1-0, 1.80) vs.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2015 at TORONTO BLUE JAYS RH Matt Andriese (3-5, 4.37) vs. LH Mark Buehrle (14-7, 3.69) First Pitch: 1:07 p.m. Location: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ont. TV: Sun Sports Radio: 1250 AM,
Minnesota Twins (24-35) VS. Philadelphia Phillies (29-33) Tuesday, June 12, 2012 @ 7:10 PM - Fox Sports North/Treasure Island Baseball Network Nick Blackburn (R, 2-4, 7.75) vs. Kyle Kendrick (R, 2-5, 4.44)
WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2015 vs. DETROIT TIGERS RH Chris Archer (9-7, 2.67) vs. RH Justin Verlander (0-3, 5.57) First Pitch: 12:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: No TV Radio: WDAE