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"ANAHEIM Matt Shoemaker pitched seven solid innings, Jett Bandy and Jefry Marte hit home runs and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Oakland Athletics 5-4 on Tuesday night. Khris Davis and Coco Crisp hit solo homers to give Oakland a 2-0 lead before the Angels scored five straight. Davis has 27 homers this season and eight since the All-Star break. Oakland", www.register-pajaronian.com
"ANAHEIM - A day after losing their top starter this season and their everyday right fielder and No. 3 batter, the A’s at time looked a little worse for wear against the Angels on Tuesday. Oakland fell 5-4, the team’s fourth loss in a row, and an error by shortstop Marcus Semien led to a three-run homer, the difference in the game. A costly error by Semien also opened the door in the seventh for a Cleveland comeback win and the Indians went on to sweep the A’s over the weekend. Over the past 18 games, however, he has made eight errors, giving him 16 overall, most among American League shortstops. With Hill and Josh Reddick getting traded to the Dodgers on Monday, utility infielder Tyler Ladendorf, who is a good shortstop, was recalled. In 5 2/3 innings, Manaea allowed six hits and five runs, four earned - only the actual run scored by Pujols wasn’t counted against him. Oakland’s runs came on solo homers by Khris Davis in the second and Coco Crisp in", www.sfgate.com
"OAKLAND -- For a moment, Jake Smolinski thought the game was over. The A’s right fielder dove for Daniel Nava’s sinking liner in the ninth inning and jumped up seeing an umpire signal a catch. He threw the ball to first base, apparently doubling off Todd Cunningham for the third out of the inning and last of a one-run win.", www.sacbee.com
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