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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Brandon Moss
The Oakland Athletics called up catcher Stephen Vogt from Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday and optioned right-hander Fernando Rodriguez back to the minors.
Los Angeles Angels catcher Chris Iannetta hopes this happens to Garrett Richards many times over.
Brandon Moss had grand slam on his mind. It felt as good as he thought it might.
R.A. Dickey had felt for a while that he was building toward a big performance. It arrived Saturday in the knuckleballer's finest start of the season.
A more aggressive style is paying off for pitcher Liam Hendriks.
The biggest mistake Scott Kazmir made on the mound Friday night wasn't a pitch to home plate, but an errant pickoff attempt that sailed into the outfield.
Talk about a funk!
This is how well things are going for the Oakland Athletics: They had only one hit - and won.
The Oakland Athletics showed off their offensive prowess all weekend at Progressive Field.
Scott Kazmir ended up missing a good game.
Now that he's a key part of the Athletics starting rotation, Drew Pomeranz has tried to maintain the same aggressive approach on the mound that he had coming out of the bullpen.
The right-hander allowed three home runs and failed to make it out of the fifth inning as the Nationals lost 8-0 to the Oakland Athletics on Friday night.
Doug Fister fell flat in his much-anticipated debut for the Washington Nationals.
Moss and Cespedes connected on consecutive pitches in the fifth as the AL West-leading A's foiled Doug Fister's season debut.
As if Tommy Milone needed any more pressure on him after the Oakland Athletics lost his first five starts, the team sent struggling Dan Straily to Triple-A Sacramento before the game - sending a message that he could be next one bumped from the rotation.
"I would just use the word confident," Moss said of his team's offense. "Everybody's going up there and taking good swings. We have guys who put together some good at-bats who have some pop. That usually leads to runs."