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"OAKLAND -- Sometimes in baseball, a team can't hit what it has never seen. The Indians got their first look at A's rookie left-hander Sean Manaea on Tuesday night, and went down quietly in a 9-1 loss at the Coliseum. The larger issue for the American League Central-leading Indians, however, was another abbreviated effort from righty Danny Salazar. The starter lasted only four innings, in which he allowed six runs on eight hits, including a three-run homer from slugger Khris Davis in the opening frame. The blast was Davis' 33rd of the season.", m.athletics.mlb.com
"With that said, we just can’t think of another way to describe this beautiful slider from Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller. Allow us to set the scene: With the Indians up by one run in the ninth inning against the Oakland Athletics, the club turned to Miller to close things out. It was pretty", sports.yahoo.com
"Khris Davis clubbed his 33rd homer of the season, a three-run shot in the first off Danny Salazar, and a big batch of A’s rookies also chipped in. Manaea gave up three hits, walked one and struck out eight, one shy of his career high. Since returning from a left forearm strain on June 29, he has a 3.44 ERA. Another rookie, Ryon Healy, extended his hitting streak to 10 games with a single and two doubles, and two recent arrivals recorded their first big-league RBIs: Pinder drove in Danny Valencia with a base hit in the third, and catcher Bruce Maxwell banged a two-run double in the eighth. Center fielder Jake Smolinski provided the defensive highlight of the game and maybe the season for Oakland with a phenomenal catch in right-center, racing back for a drive in the gap by Lonnie Chisenhall and, fully outstretched, making the grab at the last second. Valencia, who wasn’t in the lineup the previous two games after punching teammate Billy Butler following a clubhouse", www.sfgate.com
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