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Topic - Josh Donaldson
Brandon Moss had grand slam on his mind. It felt as good as he thought it might.
Anibal Sanchez did everything but finish the game.
After being shut down by Anibal Sanchez all night, the Oakland Athletics were happy finally to get a chance at Detroit's bullpen in the ninth.
Drew Smyly got a little bewildered when the Oakland Athletics turned every mistake he made into a home run.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin issued a pregame message to his slumping team to grind out at-bats rather look for home runs.
The Oakland Athletics showed off their offensive prowess all weekend at Progressive Field.
Scott Kazmir ended up missing a good game.
Josh Reddick knows how to break out of a slump.
Less than two months into his career, Jose Abreu is already the guy the Chicago White Sox want at the plate when the game is on the line.
The Houston Astros made five errors, gave up 10 runs and had a pitcher ejected Thursday night against the Oakland Athletics.
Over the course of a 162-game season, every team will go through some rough stretches.
Making his first start of the season while working on three days of rest, Houston pitcher Brad Peacock knew he was on a short leash.
On a day when his fastball didn't have much bite and his breaking pitches were flat, Jesse Chavez finally got the victory that had eluded him through the first two weeks of the season.
Even after every momentum swing, dramatic hit and terrible relief performance in an 11-inning game, the Oakland Athletics still were unshakably confident somebody would pull them through.
The consensus afterward was the best from Oakland's Sonny Gray is yet to show.
"I've been seeing good pitches for a while now," Donaldson said.
"They had about three balls tonight that went down that line and they kind of kept hooking foul," Donaldson said. "I saw where mine started. I was just praying that it would stay fair."