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Topic - Brandon Moss
The Oakland Athletics have agreed to one-year contracts with four players in arbitration: infielders Jed Lowrie and Brandon Moss, outfielder Craig Gentry and reliever Luke Gregerson.
A few hours after he ended the longest game in the majors this season, Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss and his 3-year-old son sat together in the family home and stayed awake to watch television replays.
A few hours after he ended the longest game in the majors this season, Brandon Moss and his 3-year-old son sat together at home and stayed awake to watch television replays.
Brandon Moss hit a game-ending RBI single with one out in the ninth inning to give Oakland another dose of late-inning dramatics as the Athletics beat the New York Yankees 3-2 on Friday night for their seventh win in eight games.
"He's into all the baseball stuff but he didn't want to watch the home run," Moss said Tuesday. "He just wanted to watch the pie. That was his favorite."
"We've enjoyed every step of the way," said first baseman Brandon Moss. "There was never any pressure on us. We were supposed to lose 100 games."