1 O AKLAND A THLETICS Game Information Oakland Athletics Baseball Company 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland, CA A s PR on Alerts OAKLAND ATHLETICS (17-22) VS. SEATTLE MARINERS (18-22) WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 SAFECO FIELD 7:10 P.M. PDT RHP JESSE HAHN (1-2, 2.74) VS. RHP CHRISTIAN BERGMAN (0-1, 4.15) NBCSCA A S RADIO NETWORK (95.7 FM THE GAME) ABOUT THE A S: Snapped their four-game losing streak last night have now lost four of the first five games of the road trip after winning four of the final five games on the last homestand are (.436), which is the third worst record in the American League remain in fifth place in the AL West for the fourth consecutive day and trail first place Houston by a season-high 10½ games for the second consecutive day this marks just the fourth time in Oakland history the A s have trailed by at least 10½ games after 39 games or fewer (1979, 2001, 2015) 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, five days in fourth, three days tied for fourth and five days in fifth. THE LONG BALL: The A s hit three home runs last night, all with runners on base each of the A s last four home runs and five of the last six have come with runners on the home runs last night accounted for seven of the A s nine runs for the season, 80 of the A s 154 runs (51.9%) have come on home runs have now homered in 10 consecutive games (21 home runs total), which matches Oakland s longest streak over the last two years (June 22-July 1, 2015) have 55 home runs for the season, which is tied for third in the American League it is also second most in Athletics history after 39 games (61 in 2000) it will be at least second most after 40 games (63 in 2000) the A s are when homering, 1-7 when going homerless the mark when going homerless is second worst in the AL (DET, 1-9) the pitching staff has allowed 23 home runs in the last 17 games after yielding just 16 over the first 22 contests has allowed 39 home runs for the season, which is tied for the fewest in the AL and tied for third fewest in the majors the A s are 13-8 when out-homering the opponent. HOME AND AWAY: The A s are 1-4 on this six-game road trip to Texas (0-3) and Seattle (1-1) have lost seven of the last nine road games and 12 of the last 15 are 6-14 (.300) on the road compared to 11-8 (.579) at home have the second worst road record in the American League return home following the game tonight for a six-game homestand against Boston (four games) and Miami (two games) went 4-2 on the last homestand against Detroit (2-1) and Los Angeles-AL (2-1) are in road series compared to in home series have won four straight home series for the first time since May 30-July 24, 2014 when they won eight straight. PITCHING: The A s have allowed six runs in each of the last four games, marking the ninth time in Oakland history they have allowed the same number of runs in at least four straight games did it in five straight games once (2 runs from July 16-21, 1989) have a 5.66 ERA (26 er in 41.1 ip) over the first five games of the road trip after posting a 3.38 ERA on the last homestand have a 4.95 ERA (93 er in ip) on the road this year, compared to 3.90 (75 er in ip) at home have a 4.42 ERA overall, which is third highest in the American League have the second lowest opponents slugging percentage (.386) hit three batters last night and have a Major League leading 22 hit batters for the season have 21 wild pitches, which is second most in the AL to Seattle (22). STARTING PITCHING: A s starting pitchers are 3-10 with a 4.51 ERA (58 er in ip) over the last 22 games after going 9-5 with a 3.83 ERA over the first 18 contests are with a 4.20 ERA for the season that includes 6-4 with a 2.38 ERA (22 er in 83.1 ip) by Andrew Triggs and Jesse Hahn and 6-11 with a 5.36 ERA (78 er in ip) by everyone else starters have allowed the fewest home runs in the majors (21) and have the lowest opponents slugging percentage (.368) have the second lowest opponents batting average in the American League (.235). OFFENSE: The A s are one of three teams to collect at least one extra base hit in every game this year (WAS, MIN) have 123 extra base hits for the season, which is tied for second in the American League have the second fewest runs scored in the AL (154) and the third lowest batting average (.236) are 9-for-52 (.173) with runners in scoring position over the last eight games and are batting.209 (55-for-263) with RISP for the season, which is the second lowest mark in the majors (CLE,.208) A s designated hitters are batting.192 (28-for-146) with two home runs and seven RBI the RBI are the fewest in the AL, the home runs are tied with Detroit for the fewest and the batting average is second lowest (KC,.187). LEADOFF HITTERS: A s leadoff hitters are batting a combined.171 (27- for-158) with 18 walks and a hit by pitch (1 sf,.258 on-base percentage) the batting average is tied with Kansas City for the lowest in the majors and the on-base percentage is second lowest (KC,.216) leadoff hitters are 5-for-35 (.143) with four walks, a double and home run to start the game. DEFENSIVE DOINGS: The A s committed one error last night, which led to two unearned runs lead the majors in errors (36) and are tied with San Diego for the lead in unearned runs (27) seven of the A s errors this year have been committed by pitchers, which is the most in the majors five have been made by catchers, which is tied for the most in the AL the A s have allowed 33 stolen bases, which is second most in the majors (PIT, 37). SCORING MARGIN: The A s are 10-7 (.588) in games decided by two runs or fewer compared to 7-15 (.318) in games decided by three runs or more have the third best record in the American League in games decided by two runs or fewer but have the second worst record in the majors in games decided by three runs or more (PIT, 6-13) are 4-5 (.444) in one-run games are tied for the third fewest one-run games in the AL and have the fourth worst record have a season run differential of -41, which is second lowest in the AL (KC, -42). THIS AND THAT: Last night s win was the A s third of the season when trailing after eight innings, which ties Los Angeles (AL) for the most in the majors it also matches Oakland s season total from last year however, have two losses when leading after eight innings, which is tied for third most in the majors (DET, 4; WASH, 3) the A s are 2-5 in replay challenges while opposing managers are 5-4 against Oakland the A s have used a different lineup in each of their last 34 games have used 37 different lineups overall in 39 games the only repeated lineup is the Opening Day lineup, which has been used three times (games 1, 2 and 5) each of Oakland s last 13 games have lasted at least 2 hours and 51 minutes and the A s average time of game over that stretch is 3:15 are averaging 3:06 for the season, which is second fastest in the American League but second slowest in Oakland history (3:08 in 2000). THE DISABLED LIST: The A s have six players on the disabled list (Axford, Bassitt, Doolittle, Mengden, Semien, Smolinski) Bassitt, Semien and Smolinski are on the 60-day DL Axford, Bassitt and Mengden are currently on rehab assignments have used the DL 12 times this year have had at least five players on the DL all year used the DL an Oakland record 27 times in 2016 and the players missed a combined 1810 games (67.0 games per stint), which also set an Oakland record. A s vs. MARINERS: The A s lead the season series, 4-2 have split the first two games in Seattle after winning three of four in Oakland lost the season series last year for the fourth consecutive season as they went 7-12 it marks the first time in Oakland history the A s have lost four straight season series to the Mariners went 6-4 in Seattle but were 1-8 in Oakland, which matched the A s worst mark ever against the Mariners in the Coliseum (2007) 11 of the 19 games last year were decided by one run are (.415) against the Mariners dating back to the start of the 2013 season, which is the worst record by any American League team against Seattle all-time, the A s are against the Mariners that includes in Oakland, in Seattle and 1-1 in Tokyo are at Safeco Field. TODAY S TIDBITS Yonder Alonso leads the majors with eight home runs in May has 12 home runs for the season, which is a new career high Matt Joyce has three home runs and seven RBI in five games on the road trip after tallying two home runs and 10 RBI over his first 29 games has four go-ahead RBI on the trip after collecting no go-ahead RBI over his first 29 games Trevor Plouffe has a seven-game hitting streak (10-for-26,.385), which matches the A s season high. THIS DATE IN A S HISTORY In 1959 Bob Grim pitches a two-hit shutout as the A s defeat the Yankees in the second game of a doubleheader, 10-0 in 1963 Ted Bowsfield tosses a three-hit shutout in the A s 2-0 win at Boston in 1996 Jason Giambi homers off Boston s Tim Wakefield for the 4000th home run in Oakland A s history in 2016 Khris Davis has three home runs and six RBI, including a walk-off grand slam, in the A s 8-5 win over Texas. 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2 TODAY S STARTING PITCHER: Jesse Hahn (1-2, 2.74 ERA) FOR STARTERS: Is scheduled to make his eighth appearance and seventh start of the season is 0-1 with a 3.78 ERA (7 er in 16.2 ip) and.269 (18-for-77) opponents batting average over his last three starts after going 1-1 with a 1.80 ERA and.134 opponents batting average over his first three starts was recalled from Nashville April 5 before the Sounds season started pitched in relief in his first outing on April 7 at Texas but has started in each of his last six appearances. AMONG THE LEADERS: Ranks fourth in the American League in opponents slugging percentage (.283) and 10th in batting average (.214) and ERA (2.74) has allowed just one home run in 42.2 innings and his average of 0.21 home runs per nine innings is second lowest in the AL (Vargas, KC 0.20). SUPPORT: Has received two runs of support or fewer in five of his six starts and his season run support average of 2.74 (13 rs in 42.2 ip) is fourth lowest in the American League has received no support three times and is 0-2 with a 2.70 ERA (6 er in 20.0 ip) in those three starts had two runs of support or fewer in five of his nine starts last year of 16 of his 31 starts as an Athletic the bullpen has blown the save in two of his six starts this year (April 25 and May 12) the pen blew a save in three of his nine starts last year. THE WEST AND THE REST: Is 1-1 with a 1.91 ERA (7 er in 33.0 ip) in five games against American League West competition, 0-1 with a 5.59 ERA (6 er in 9.2 ip) in two starts against everyone else. OPPONENTS BATTING: Has yielded a.127 (9-for-71) batting average with two strikes after allowing a.300 mark with two strikes last year has a.145 (10-for-69) opponents batting average against the bottom four hitters in the order,.267 (24-for-90) against the top five. HOME AND AWAY: Is 1-0 with a 3.72 ERA (4 er in 9.2 ip) in two starts in Oakland, 0-2 with a 2.45 ERA (9 er in 33.0 ip) in four games on the road last year, he went 2-1 with a 3.03 ERA and.237 opponents batting average in five starts at home, 0-3 with a ERA and.453 opponents average in four starts on the road in three seasons with the A s, he is 6-4 with a 3.13 ERA (36 er in ip) in 17 starts in Oakland, 3-8 with a 4.83 ERA (44 er in 82.0 ip) in 15 games on the road. FIRST APPEARANCE: He relieved A s starting pitcher Raul Alcantara to start the third inning of the A s 10-5 loss at Texas April 7 entered the game trailing 8-3 and tossed 6.0 innings in his third career relief appearance, his first as an Athletic blanked the Rangers on two hits over his first three innings before allowing two runs in the sixth on a Gomez RBI double and a Mazara RBI single those were the only runs he would allow. FIRST START: He was the losing pitcher in the A s 3-1 loss at Kansas City April 13 allowed two runs in the first inning on RBI singles by Cain and Perez, and another in the third on a Moss sacrifice fly did not allow a run over his final three innings Vargas (7.2 ip) and Soria (0.1 ip) shutout the A s on four hits and a walk over the first eight innings before Oakland scored its only run in the ninth. SECOND START: He was the winning pitcher in the A s 9-1 win over Texas on April 19 in Oakland, snapping a career-high tying three game losing streak dating back to last year it was his first win since May 28, 2016 matched his career high by walking four batters did not allow a hit until Napoli singled with one out in the fourth inning and surrendered his only run on a leadoff home run by Gallo in the fifth left after six innings with the A s leading 8-1. THIRD START: He had a no decision in the A s 2-1, 11-inning loss at Los Angeles (AL) on April 25 tossed 8.0 shutout innings and allowed just one hit became the first Athletics pitcher since at least 1913 and just the 36th Major Leaguer over that stretch to toss at least 8.0 scoreless innings, allow one hit or fewer and not earn a win walked Trout in the first, allowed a one-out single to Simmons in the fifth and walked Maybin in the eighth none of the base runners advanced past first base Ramirez (7.0 ip), Parker (1.0 ip) and Hernandez (1.0 ip) shutout the A s on two hits over the first nine innings. FOURTH START: He was the losing pitcher in the A s 7-2 loss at Houston April 30 allowed a RBI double to Correa in the first, a RBI double to Gattis in the fourth and a two-run single to McCann in the fifth left after six innings trailing 4-0 Keuchel shut out the A s on two hits over the first seven innings before Oakland scored single runs in the eighth and ninth. FIFTH START: He had a no decision in the A s 6-5 win over Detroit May 6 in Oakland tossed just 3.2 innings and issued a career-high tying four walks allowed three runs in the second inning on a two-run triple by Romine and a RBI single by Castellanos loaded the bases with two outs in the fourth and was relieved by Coulombe after tossing 101 pitches Coulombe allowed one of the inherited runners to score. LAST START: He had his second consecutive no decision in the A s 5-2 loss at Texas Last Friday shutout the Rangers on three hits and a walk over the first four innings and had a 1-0 lead when Gomez doubled to start the fifth, moved to third on a Hahn error on a pickoff attempt and scored on a DeShields sacrifice bunt/fielders choice that was the only run he allowed in seven innings and he left with a 2-1 lead Casilla allowed four runs in the ninth for the blown save. HAHN S 2017 APPEARANCES WITH OAKLAND Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR #PIT *April 7 at Texas April 13 at Kansas City 1-3 L April 19 Texas 9-1 W April 25 at Los Angeles 1-2 (11) April 30 at Houston 2-7 L April Totals (5 games, 4 starts) May 6 Detroit May 12 at Texas *indicates relief appearance HAHN vs. SEATTLE: Is 1-1 with a 2.50 ERA (18.0 ip, 16 h, 11 r, 5 er, 7 bb, 13 so) in three career starts did not face the Mariners last year went 0-1 with a 4.09 ERA (11.0 ip, 11 h, 10 r, 5 er, 5 bb, 6 so) in two starts in 2015 the no decision came in an STARTS VS. SEATTLE DATE H/A DEC IP H R ER BB SO 6/19/14 H W /12/15 H /9/15 A L A s loss in 10 innings in Oakland April 12 retired each of the first 13 batters before Seager reached on a Semien error had a 3-0 lead entering the sixth inning allowed a leadoff double to Morrison and the Mariners ended up scoring four times, although only one run was earned the A s tied the game in the bottom of the ninth before losing in the 10th then took the loss in a 7-2 decision at Seattle May 9 allowed two runs in the first on a Cruz RBI double and an error, and another in the second on a Smith RBI double the A s scored a run in the fifth inning to make the score 3-1, but he allowed two more runs in the bottom of the fifth, both scoring on a Lawrie error was relieved by Castro with runners on first and second and one out in the sixth and Castro allowed one of the runs to score his other start was a win on June 19, 2014, a 401 decision at San Diego shutout the Mariners on four hits over the first four innings before allowing an unearned run in the fifth. HAHN S CAREER MATCHUPS VS. SEATTLE Player Bat AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Robinson Cano L Nelson Cruz R Leonys Martin L Kyle Seager L Mike Zunino R RECAP: Had four separate stints with the A s and went 2-4 with a career-high 6.02 ERA in nine starts also had career highs in opponents batting average (.313), on-base percentage (.376) and slugging percentage (.484) allowed a career-high eight home runs in 46.1 innings (1.55 per nine innings) after surrendering nine home runs in innings over his first two seasons (0.48 per nine innings) struck out just 23 batters (4.47 per nine innings) and walked 19 for a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 1.21, which was the lowest in the American League and fifth lowest in the majors among pitchers with 40 or more innings pitched. OPPONENTS BATTING: His opponents batting average included a mark of.273 (27-for-99) against right-handed hitters compared to.361 (30-for-83) against left-handers surrendered seven of his eight home runs to lefties and had a.663 slugging percentage against lefties,.333 against righties his career splits are.216 (106-for-490) against righties,.267 (130-for-487) with 15 of his 18 home runs against lefties has a.413 career slugging percentage against lefties,.278 against righties allowed a.324 batting average with runners in scoring position had a.226 opponents average over his first 30 pitches in a game,.358 after that opponents hit.426 with a.449 on-base percentage and.681 slugging percentage when leading off an inning in 2015, his marks were.215,.277 and.290 respectively five of the eight home runs he surrendered were solo shots yielded a.440 average to the first hitter in the batting order. NIGHT AND DAY: Went 2-1 with a 3.90 ERA and.234 opponents average in five starts during the day, 0-3 with a 9.92 ERA and.427 opponents average in four starts at night his career splits are 9-4 with a 2.39 ERA (28 er in ip) in 17 day games, 7-12 with a 4.51 ERA (77 er in ip) in 29 night games. HAHN 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 HAHN S CAREER HIGHS Low Hit CG: 4, 5/25/15 vs. DET IP: 9.0, 5/25/15 vs. DET Fewest IP, GS: 0.2, 6/3/16 vs. HOU H: 10 (twice), last: 5/17/2016 vs. TEX R: 7, 6/3/16 vs HOU ER: 7, 6/3/16 vs. HOU BB: 4 (seven times), last: 5/6/17 vs. DET SO: 9, 6/30/14 vs. CIN HR: 2 (five times), last: 8/4/16 at LAA Pitches: 112, 5/25/15 vs. DET Win Streak: 4, 6/14/14-6/30/14 Loss Streak: 3 (3 times), last: 6/3/16-4/13/17 Scoreless Streak: 10.2, 7/1/15 to 5/7/16 (N) Complete Games: 1, 5/25/15 vs. DET Shutouts: 1, 5/25/15 vs. DET TOMORROW S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER RHP Sonny Gray (0-1, 3.78 ERA): Is scheduled to make his fourth start of the season and the 100th start of his career will become the 22nd pitcher in Oakland history to make 100 starts began the season on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right shoulder made two rehab starts before he was reinstated May 1 went 2-0 in his two rehab starts and did not allow a run in 11.0 innings had a no decision in his last start, a 6-5 A s loss at Texas last Saturday (6.0 ip, 5 h, 2 r, 2 er, 2 bb, 3 so) is 0-2 with a 5.40 ERA (16.2 ip, 17 h, 10 r, 10 er, 4 bb, 14 so, 1 hr) in three career starts against Boston the Red Sox are the only American League team (besides the A s) that he has never defeated went 0-0 with a ERA in two spring training starts opponents went 6-for-17 (.353) with four walks went 5-11 with a 5.69 ERA in 22 starts last year in a season shortened by two stints on the disabled list.
3 TEAM 5-7, 4.79 ERA (68 er in ip) Saves/Opportunities: 8-for-15 (53.3%) The bullpen has allowed 14 earned runs over its last five games (10.2 ip, ERA) after allowing two or fewer in each of its previous eight games (7 er in 32.0 ip, 1.97 ERA). Are 8-for-15 in save chances blew a save in three straight opportunities at Texas (May 12-14)...had not blown a save in three straight games since May 29-June 1, 2004 (Rhodes, Rhodes, Mecir)...the seven total blown saves have come from five different relievers (Casilla, Madson, 2 each; Doolittle, Dull, Hendriks, 1 each). A reliever has figured in the decision in seven of the A s last 10 games (4-3 record by relievers, 5-5 overall during stretch). Have a combined 14 stolen bases against, which is second most in the American League. A s relievers have tossed at least four innings 12 times this season...they have pitched three or more innings in 27-of-39 games. A s relievers have allowed 11 unearned runs this season, which is the second most in the AL...third in runs allowed with 79. Are tied for second in the AL in wild pitches with nine. 46 RHP SANTIAGO CASILLA Last Outing: 5/16 at Seattle (ND, 1.0 ip,1 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 6-8 Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/1 First Hitters: 4-15, bb Allowed a season-high four hits and four runs Friday at Texas...it was his second blown save and second loss of the season. Was 3-for-3 in save chances with a 3.38 ERA over his first eight games (8.0 ip) but is 3-for-5 with a 7.36 ERA over his last eight contests (7.1 ip). Has an 8.53 ERA (6 er in 6.1 ip) on the road this season and a 3.00 ERA (3 er in 9.0 ip) at home. His four stolen bases allowed are tied for the second most in the AL among relievers. His 31 career saves in the month of May are his most in any month / CAREER 0 1 2/ 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: 5/16 at Seattle (ND, 0.0 ip, 1 r) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 14/5 First Hitters: 4-13, bb, hb Has held left-handed hitters to a.136 (3-for-22) batting average compared to.323 (10-for-31) against right-handers. First batters faced started the year 4-for-7 against him but are 0-for-6 with a walk and a hit by pitch in his last eight appearances. Opponents are 1-for-17 (.059) with runners in scoring position...that is the fifth best mark in the AL with a minimum of 15 at bats against. Has a 1.00 ERA (1 er in 9.0 ip) in night games and a 6.75 ERA (3 er in 4.0 ip) in day games this season. Has a career 2.31 ERA (9 er in 35.0 ip) on the road and a 6.07 ERA (31 er in 46.0 ip) at home / CAREER 0 0 0/ 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. 66 RHP RYAN DULL Last Outing: 5/16 at Seattle (ND, 0.1 ip, 2 h, 2 r, 1 er, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-1 Inherited Runners/Scored: 8/2 First Hitters: 1-15, sf, bb First batters faced are 1-for-15 (.067) with a sacrifice fly, a walk (.118 on-base percentage) and nine strikeouts the strikeouts are third in the American League. Has a ERA (8 er in 5.0 ip) in six outings on no days rest, a 2.79 ERA (3 er in 9.2 ip) in his other 11 appearances. Has allowed six earned runs in his last four games (3.0 ip, ERA) after surrendering five earned runs in his first 13 games (11.2 ip, 3.86 ERA). Has allowed six unearned runs, which is the most in the AL among relievers / CAREER 1 1 0/ Last Year: Compiled a 2.42 ERA and.186 opponents batting average in 70 relief appearances led AL rookies and tied for ninth among all AL pitchers in games pitched fell one short of the Oakland rookie record for games pitched. 31 RHP LIAM HENDRIKS Last Outing: 5/15 at Seattle (ND, 1.0 ip, 2 h, 2 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 2 so, 1 hr) Saves/Opportunities: 0-1 Inherited Runners/Scored:11/5 First Hitters: 3-13, 3 bb ATHLETICS BULLPEN BRIEFS Has allowed one earned run in two-straight outings after a streak of nine straight scoreless outings over 11.0 innings. Lefties are 9-for-31 (.290) with two doubles, a triple, a home run and nine RBI against him righties are 6-for-38 (.158) with no extra-base hits / CAREER 0 2 0/ 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: 5/16 at Seattle (BS, W, 1.2 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 2 so, 1 hr) Saves/Opportunities: 1-3 Inherited Runners/Scored: 4/2 First Hitters: 4-17 Picked up his first win of the season and his first since Oct. 1, 2016 at Seattle...it was the ninth time in his career that he was charged with a blown save while also earning the victory (last: June 17, 2016 vs. Los Angeles-AL). Lefties are 10-for-26 (.385) and righties are 5-for-32 (.156) against him this season. Earned his lone save of the season on April 22...was his first save of more than one inning since June 28, 2016 at San Francisco / CAREER 3 2 3/ 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. 47 RHP FRANKIE MONTAS Last Outing: 5/15 at Seattle (ND, 2.0 ip, 1 bb, 3 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 5/3 First Hitters: 4-11, 3 bb Has tossed three straight scoreless outings (3.2 ip) after allowing seven runs over his previous four games and 5.0 ip (12.60 ERA). Ranks fourth among American League relievers in most hits (23) and is tied for fifth in most home runs (4). Recorded his first Major League victory on May 6 vs. Detroit / CAREER 0 0 0/ Last Year: Missed nearly the entire season due to rib cage injuries combined for a 0-0 record and a 2.25 ERA in seven games, four starts, with Tulsa (AA) and Oklahoma City (AAA) started the year on the Dodgers DL, ended it on the Triple-A DL. 57 RHP JOSH SMITH Last Outing: 5/9 vs Los Angeles-AL (ND, 3.0 ip, 1 bb, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 0-2 Threw three hitless, scoreless innings on May 9. Had his contract selected on May 3 from Triple-A Nashville...was 2-0 with a 3.29 ERA in nine relief appearances with the Sounds. Threw three innings over five games during spring training...went 1-0 with a ERA in those relief appearances / CAREER 0 0 0/ His 2017 minor league statistics: W L S G IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA Nashville (AAA) 2 0 0/ Last Year: Spent most of the season with Cincinnati where he went 3-3 with a 4.68 ERA in 32 games (two starts) over two stints with the Reds was 3-1 with a 4.88 ERA in his 30 relief appearances, 0-2 with a 3.38 ERA in his two starts 63 RHP BOBBY WAHL Last Outing: 5/14 at Texas (ND, 0.1 ip, 1 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 1 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-0 Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 1-3, bb Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville on May 3 and made his Major League debut that night...originally optioned to Nashville March 13. This season is his first time on the 40-man roster appeared in five spring games, registering one save and allowing three earned runs in 5.1 innings (5.1 ip, 5 h, 3 r, 3 er, 3 bb, 10 so, 2 hr, 5.06 ERA). vs. TEX W L S G IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA / CAREER 0 0 0/ His 2017 minor league statistics: W L S G IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA Nashville (AAA) 0 1 3/ Last Year: Spent most of the season at Double-A Midland but pitched at three different levels in the A s farm system and was a combined 1-1 with 14 saves, a 2.65 ERA and in 45 relief appearances with Stockton, Midland and Nashville.
4 ATHLETICS BATTING NOTES 17 YONDER ALONSO Current Streak: 0 for 10 Seattle Series: 0-6, r, 3 bb, ibb, 4 so Road Trip: 2-17, 2 r, hr, 2 rbi, 4 bb, ibb, 7 so Had his second career two-homer game May 9 the first came May 6 against Detroit has six home runs in his last 10 games and eight in his last 14. Now has 12 home runs for the season, which is a new career high his previous high of nine came in 155 games in Is batting.271 (13-for-48) with eight home runs and 15 RBI in 14 games in May after hitting.279 with four home runs and 14 RBI in 23 games in April leads the majors in home runs in May and is tied for fifth in the AL in RBI for May his eight home runs in May are his most ever in a month, topping his four in April of 2017 and May of Ranks fourth in the American League in slugging percentage (.643), tied for second in home runs (12), tied for fourth in RBI (29), 11th in total bases (73), tied for ninth in extra base hits (17), and 11th in on-base percentage (.378) second in batting with runners in scoring position (.448). Leads AL first baseman in home runs (12), RBI (29), slugging (.635), on-base percentage (.376) and is fifth in batting (.278). Is batting.304 (28-for-92) against right-handed pitching,.167 (4-for-24) against left-handers each of his four hits off lefties are for extra bases (one double, three home runs). Was named AL Player of the Week for the week of May 1-7 after going 9-for-22 (.409) with five runs, a double, five home runs and 10 RBI in six games slugged and had a.480 on-base percentage it was his first career Player of the Week Award. 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. 20 MARK CANHA Current Streak: 4 games (7 for 14) Seattle Series: 3-5, 2 r, 2b, hr, 3 rbi, so, sb Road Trip: 5-10, r, 2 2b, hr, 4 rbi, so, sb Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville May 9 for his second stint with the A s this year and flew out as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning. Was on Oakland s Opening Day roster and went 2-for-19 (.105) in six games before he was optioned to Nashville April 15 started five games (four in right field, one at designated hitter). Recorded his first three-hit game since September 15, 2015 last night... is 7-for-15 since being recalled on May 9. Added a go-ahead pinch-hit double on Friday, his second career pinch hit...is 2-for-19 as a pinch hitter. Six of his 13 hits over the last two seasons are for extra bases (two double, four home runs). Hit.300 over his first 13 games with Nashville but was 1-for-19 over his final six games before his return to Oakland was 7-for-15 (.467) with runners in scoring position appeared in 15 games in right field, three in center field and one at DH 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: Missed nearly the entire season after undergoing surgery on his left hip on May 24 appeared in just 16 games and batted.122 with six RBI collected five hits but three of those were home runs. 2 KHRIS DAVIS Current Streak: 0 for 7 Seattle Series: 1-8, r, hr, 2 rbi, bb, so, hbp Road Trip: 1-16, r, hr, 2 rbi, bb, 2 so, hbp Is batting.146 (13-for-89) with 15 walks over his last 25 games after hitting.340 with three walks over his first 12 contests. Is hitting.130 (7-for-54) with 18 strikeouts in the month of May, which is his lowest mark for any month of his career...previous low for any month was.186, which he has recorded twice, last was September Clubbed his first homer since April 29 Monday, snapping a 12-game homerless streak...has one homer in May after hitting 10 in the month of April. Is tied for fifth in the American League in go-ahead RBI (8) and is fifth in home runs (11) however, is batting.103 (3-for-29) with runners in scoring position, which is the third lowest mark in the majors is tied for sixth in the AL in strikeouts (46). Is batting.351 (13-for-37) during the day,.162 (16-for-99) at night. Went 0-for-4 with four strikeouts on May 8 it was the fifth four-strikeout game of his career (last: Aug. 22, 2016 vs. Cleveland). Set a new A s record by a non-pitcher by striking out in 21 consecutive games (33 strikeouts total) from April 17-May 10 the previous mark of 19 was done by Jack Cust twice in 2008 (June 24-July 12 and July 18- Aug. 14) the only longer streaks are 34 games by Vida Blue from April 9-Sept. 12, 1971 and 29 games by Jim Nash from May 12, 1967-April 24, Played in the 500th game of his career May 6 has 113 career home runs and is the 25th player in Major League history with at least that many home runs in the first 500 games of his career. 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 1) Seattle Series: 1-3, 2 r, 2 bb Road Trip: 4-16, 4 r, 2b, 2 bb, so, cs Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list May 2 and is 9-for-43 (.209) in 12 games, including 10 starts, since his return. Stole two bases May 9, his first multiple steal game of the season and the 60th of his career now has 120 stolen bases as an Athletic, which is ninth in Oakland history, one behind Mike Davis. Had his first three-hit game of the season May 5 against Detroit and his ninth inning single off Shane Greene was the 1000th hit of his career is one of 75 active players with 1000 career hits. Has six multiple hit games and nine games with one hit. OAKLAND A S CAREER STOLEN BASE LEADERS 1. Rickey Henderson Bert Campaneris Billy North Coco Crisp Carney Lansford Reggie Jackson Jose Canseco Mike Davis Rajai Davis Mitchell Page 104 Was placed on the 10-day DL April 25 retroactive to April 22 with a strained left hamstring and missed eight games. 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: 4 games (6 for 16) Seattle Series: 3-8, r, 2b, hr, 2 rbi, 3 so Road Trip: 6-19, r, 2b, hr, 2 rbi, bb, 4 so Is batting.327 (20-for-61) with five of his seven home runs and 12 of his 16 RBI at home compared to.211 (16-for-76) on the road. Is batting.400 (14-for-35) against left-handed pitching compared to.210 (22-for-105) against right-handers is fourth in the American League in batting against lefties. Has made 35 starts at three different positions (19 at designated hitter, seven at first base, nine at third base) is batting.194 (14-for-72) with two home runs and four RBI in 19 games at designated hitter has a.354 (23-for-65) average with five home runs and 12 RBI in his other 17 games. Has hit safely in his last 10 straight starts when playing a position on the field...is batting.450 (18-for-40) with four homers during that span. Homered in three straight games for the first time in his career on May 4, 6, and 7. Committed two errors May 6 against Detroit, the third two error game of his career (last: Aug. 29, 2016 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). 23 MATT JOYCE Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 5) Seattle Series: 1-9, r, hr, 2 rbi, bb, 2 so Road Trip: 6-20, 3 r, 3 hr, 7 rbi, bb, 3 so With a go-ahead two-run homer last night, he recorded his fourth goahead RBI of the road trip...started the road trip without a go-ahead RBI. Clubbed his seventh career ninth inning, lowest mark of any inning in his career. Went 2-for-18 (.111) in five games on the homestand and is now batting.128 (6-for-47) in Oakland compared to.258 (17-for-66) on the road. Recorded his first three-hit game since June 24, 2016 on Sunday afternoon, going 3-for-5 with a homer. Is batting.333 (6-for-18) against left-handed pitchers,.177 (16-for-91) with all five of his home runs, all 17 of his RBI and all 11 of his walks against right-handers has made 26 of his 29 starts this year and 361 of his 376 starts over the last five years against righties. Nine of his last 15 hits are for extra bases (five doubles, four home runs). Has not committed an error in 57 games in the outfield now has a 127-game errorless streak as an outfielder dating back to his last error on May 30, Is batting.250 (12-for-48) with five walks in 13 games in May after hitting.167 with five walks in 21 games in April. 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.
5 8 JED LOWRIE Current Streak: 0 for 9 Seattle Series: 0-8, r, rbi, 2 bb, 2 so Road Trip: 4-21, 2 r, rbi, 2 2b, 2 bb, 3 so Is batting.283 (26-for-92) over his last 24 games after hitting.171 over his previous 12 contests. Has four home runs in 38 games after hitting two in 87 contests last year. Is batting.300 (30-for-100) at night,.195 (8-for-41) during the day. Lifetime.302 (26-for-86) hitter with six doubles, one homer and 13 RBI in 23 games at Safeco Field. Is 2-for-22 (.091) with runners in scoring position, which is the third lowest mark in the AL last year, he hit.483 with RISP over his first 34 games through May 27. Has committed just one error (April 28 at Houston)...he is fourth among American League second basemen in fielding (.993). Had his third career two-homer game May 8, but it was his first since Oct. 3, 2010 vs. New York (AL) went 651 games between two-homer games it was the first two-homer game by an A s second baseman since Adam Kennedy on May 31, His second home run that night was the game-ending shot with two outs in the bottom of the 11th inning it was his fourth career game-ending hit, his second home run (Aug. 21, 2010 vs. Toronto). 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. 19 JOSH PHEGLEY Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 3) Seattle Series: 1-3, rbi Road Trip: 1-3, rbi Has appeared in 14 games this year, including 10 starts (eight against left-handed pitching and two against right-handed pitching). Was activated from the 7-day concussion DL Friday after missing seven games. Has tossed out 3-of-8 (33.3%) attempted base stealers...his 37.5% caught stealing percentage is tied for ninth in the AL. 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. 18 CHAD PINDER Current Streak: 2 games (2 for 7) Seattle Series: 1-3, r, 2b, bb Road Trip: 1-3, r, 2b, bb Is 8-for-23 (.348) over his last nine games after going 2-for-11 (.182) over his first six contests. Is 6-for-17 (.353) against right-handed pitchers, 4-for-17 (.235) against left-handers. Went 1-for-2 with a stolen base in a start in right field May 7 against Detroit it was his professional debut in the outfield. Clubbed his second homer of the season on Wednesday, recorded the game-tying and go-ahead RBI Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville April 16 and has started eight games at four different positions (three at designated hitter, three at second base, one at shortstop, one in right field). Appeared in six games at second base and three at shortstop with Nashville 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 both his Triple-A and Major League debuts in 2016 hit.256 with 14 home runs and 51 RBI in 107 games with Nashville and.235 with a home run and four RBI in 22 games with Oakland. Is 10-for-26 (.385) over his last eight games after going 3-for-29 (.103) over his previous nine contests. In 13 games in the month of May, he is batting.289 (11-for-38) with two homers and three RBI after batting.207 in April. Is hitting.314 (11-for-35) against left-handed pitchers,.200 (17-for-85) against right-handers. Is batting.283 (17-for-60) with 10 of his 12 RBI at home compared to.183 (11-for-60) on the road. Hit his first homer on the road on Sunday afternoon five of his six homers have come at home. Is batting.319 (22-for-69) with the bases empty,.118 (6-for-51) with runners on base. Drove in a run May 7 to snap an 11-game streak without an RBI that was one short of his career high (12, Aug , 2011). Grounded into his eighth double play of the season May 7, which is tied for second in the American League. Last Year: Batted a career-high.260 with 12 home runs and 47 RBI in 84 games with Minnesota in a season interrupted by three stints on the DL missed a total of 65 games while on the DL and his 84 games played were his fewest since ADAM ROSALES Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 4) Seattle Series: 1-5, 3 so, sac Road Trip: 5-14, r, hr, 2 rbi, bb, 4 so, sac Had his seven-game hitting streak snapped on Wednesday...batted.308 (8-for-26) during that span, which is one short of his career high of eight (Sept , 2014). Is batting.346 (9-for-26) against left-handed pitching,.240 (18-for-75) against right-handers. Has started 26 of the A s 28 games at shortstop since the injury to Semien and is 23-for-90 (.256) in 27 games total over that span. Has not committed an error since May 8, has four errors on the season, which is tied for third most among American League shortstops. Had his fifth career walk-off RBI MAy 6 against Detroit (two singles, one homer, one walk, one fielders choice), his first as an Athletic. 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). 21 STEPHEN VOGT Current Streak: 3 games (5 for 10) Seattle Series: 3-7, 2 r, 2b, hr, 3 rbi, 2 bb, Road Trip: 5-11, 2 r, 2b, hr, 3 rbi, 3 bb Snapped his career-high 27-game homerless streak with a two-run homer Monday (Previous high: 25, Sept. 1, 2015-April 13, 2016). Is batting.209 (14-for-67) over his last 24 games after hitting.286 over his first seven contests. Has made 25 of his 26 starts in games started by a right-handed pitcher is batting.253 (21-for-83) against right-handers but is just 1-for-12 (.083) against lefties. Is batting.381 (8-for-21) during the day,.189 (14-for-74) at night. Has committed four errors, which is tied for the most among American League catchers has tossed out 2-of-22 (9.1%) attempted base stealers the 20 stolen bases are most in the AL, and caught stealing percentage is second lowest (McCann, DET 5.3%). Last Year: Played in a career-high 137 games and hit.251 with 14 home runs and 56 RBI also had career bests in hits (123), doubles (30) and extra base hits (46) was named to his second consecutive American League All-Star team. 3 TREVOR PLOUFFE Current Streak: 7 games (10 for 26) Seattle Series: 1-4, ibb, so Road Trip: 4-15, 3 r, hr, rbi, bb, ibb 2 so Had three straight multiple hit games (6-for-11,.545) from May 7-9 to snap a career-long and season-opening streak of 27 consecutive games with one hit or fewer it is the longest season opening streak by an Athletic since Antonio Perez had a 36-game streak in A S HITTING VS. SEATTLE A s HITTING vs. SEATTLE 2017 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt others TOTALS A S CAREER HITTING VS. BERGMAN PLAYER BAT AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Yonder Alonso L Khris Davis R Matt Joyce L
6 CLUB Longest Winning Streak... 5, April 18 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Home... 5, April 18 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Road... 2, April 10 to 12 Longest Losing Streak... 5, April 23 to 28 Longest Losing Streak, Home... 3, April 14 to 17 Longest Losing Streak, Road... 5, April 13 to 28 Most Runs, Game, A s... 9, May 16 at Seattle... 9, April 20 vs. Seattle... 9, April 19 vs. Texas Most Runs, Game, Opponents...11, April 23 vs. Seattle Most Runs, Inning, A s...5, May 16 at Seattle (9th) Most Runs, Inning, Opponents...5, April 23 vs. Seattle (3rd)...5, April 7 at Texas (2nd) Largest Margin, Victory...8, April 19 vs. Texas (9-1) Largest Margin, Loss... 10, April 23 vs. Seattle (1-11) Most Hits, Game, A s...14, May 4 at Minnesota... 14, April 19 vs. Texas Most Hits, Game, Opponents...14, April 26 at Los Angeles (AL)...14, April 28 at Houston Most Hits, Inning, A s...5, April 4 vs. Los Angeles (AL) (7th) Most Hits, Inning, Opponents... 5, May 2 at Minnesota (7th) Most Home Runs, Game, A s... 3 (five times), last: May 16 at Seattle Most Home Runs, Game, Opponents...6, May 2 at Minnesota Most Doubles, Game, A s...4 (four times), last: May 7 vs. Detroit Most Doubles, Game, Opponents...4, April 28 at Houston... 4, April 20 vs. Seattle...4, April 7 at Texas Most Triples, Game, A s... 1 (three times), last: May 4 at Minnesota Most Triples, Game, Opponents... 2, May 5 vs. Detroit Most Stolen Bases, Game, A s... 2, May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, May 7 vs. Detroit...2, April 8 at Texas Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponents... 5, April 15 vs. Houston Most Strikeouts, A s Pitchers... 14, May 6 vs. Detroit Most Strikeouts, Opponents Pitchers...14, April 28 at Houston 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, April 8 at Texas Fewest Hits Allowed, Opponents Pitchers... 3, April 17 vs. Texas...3, April 27 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game...13, May 4 at Minnesota Most Left on Base, Extra Inning Game...5, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Fewest Left on Base, Game...3, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL) (11 inn.)... 3, May 6 vs. Detroit... 3, April 17 vs. Texas Most Errors, Game...3, April 28 at Houston...3, April 9 at Texas Largest Comeback in Win... 3, May 6 vs. Detroit... 3, April 20 vs. Seattle Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss... 5, April 15 vs. Houston MULTIPLE HIT GAMES HIGHS AND LOWS MULTIPLE RBI GAMES INDIVIDUAL Grand Slams...None Pinch Hit Home Runs... Josh Phegley, April 25 at Los Angeles-AL (Jose Alvarez) Lead Off Home Runs...Adam Rosales, April 22 vs. Seattle (Ariel Miranda) Inside-The-Park Home Runs...None Game Ending Home Runs...Jed Lowrie, May 8 vs. Los Angeles-AL (Deolis Guerra)...Ryon Healy, May 7 vs. Detroit (Francisco Rodriguez) Back-to-Back Home Runs...None Longest Hitting Streak... 7, Trevor Plouffe, May 7 to present... 7, Adam Rosales, May 3 to , Khris Davis, April 5 to 12 Most Runs, Game... 2 (20 times), last: Mark Canha, May 16 at Seattle Most Hits, Game... 3 (nine times), last: Mark Canha, May 16 at Seattle Most Doubles, Game...2, Rajai Davis, April 8 at Texas Most Triples, Game...1 (three times), last: Stephen Vogt, May 4 at Minnesota Most Home Runs, Game... 2, Yonder Alonso, May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, Jed Lowrie, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, Yonder Alonso, May 6 vs. Detroit...2, Khris Davis, April 28 at Houston... 2, Khris Davis, April 3 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Most Runs Batted In, Game...4, Khris Davis, April 28 at Houston Most Walks, Game...2 (23 times), last: Yonder Alonso, May 16 at Seattle Most Strikeouts, Game... 4, Khris Davis, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL)...4, Ryon Healy, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Stolen Bases, Game... 2, Rajai Davis, May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, Marcus Semien, April 8 at Texas Longest Winning Streak... 3, Andrew Triggs, April 6 to 18 Longest Losing Streak... 3, Ryan Madson, April 14 to May 15 Most Strikeouts, Game...10, Sean Manaea, April 9 at Texas Most Walks, Game...5, Sean Manaea, May 15 at Seattle...5, Sean Manaea, April 15 vs. Houston Most Innings, Game, Starter...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... 3:12, April 25 at Los Angeles-AL (11) Shortest Game, Time...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...44,410, April 8 at Texas Smallest Crowd, Road... 13,955, May 16 at Seattle Postponement, Rain, Home... April 16 vs. Houston Postponement, Rain, Road...None GAME TYING/GO-AHEAD RBI PLAYER TOT Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce Lowrie Maxwell Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt PLAYER TOT Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Phegley Pinder Rosales Vogt PLAYER GT GA TOT Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt STARTS IN THE BATTING ORDER Player Alonso Canha 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 Canha Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce LaMarre Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Semien Vogt