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Topic - Josh Reddick
Cleveland Indians pitcher Zach McAllister's downward spiral has reached rock bottom.
Josh Reddick knows how to break out of a slump.
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.
Daric Barton didn't bat and barely got on the field. He still made the game-saving play.
Jed Lowrie insisted he calmly asked Houston second baseman Jose Altuve why the Astros were trying to hit him with a pitch in the third inning. Lowrie had tried to bunt in the first with his Oakland Athletics already leading by seven runs, yet said it was because the defense had shifted.
Chad Qualls stared into his locker, going over how things got away from him.
Josh Reddick isn't ready to declare himself out of an early season batting slump, not after the miserable start he got off to.
Scott Kazmir pitched two-hit ball into the sixth inning, Josh Reddick hit a two-run homer and the Oakland Athletics beat the San Francisco Giants 4-0 on Thursday night.
Josh Reddick made two highlight-reel catches to take away homers from Michael Morse, Brandon Moss and Stephen Vogt each drove in two runs during a six-run fourth inning against San Francisco closer Sergio Romo, and the Oakland Athletics opened Cactus League play with a 10-5 victory over the Giants on Wednesday.
Josh Reddick made two highlight-reel catches to take away homers from Michael Morse, Brandon Moss and Stephen Vogt each drove in two runs during a six-run fourth inning against San Francisco closer Sergio Romo, and the Oakland Athletics opened Cactus League play with a 10-1 victory over the Giants on Wednesday.
Josh Reddick took some batting practice swings Sunday at the Oakland Athletics' spring training camp and, the way the ball was jumping off his bat, it was hard to tell he had a troublesome wrist last season.
The defending AL West champion A's lost ace Bartolo Colon but bolstered a bullpen that could be MLB's best in 2014.
Playing catch-up most of the way, the Tigers tied it first with Jhonny Peralta's three-run homer in the fifth inning and then on Victor Martinez's solo shot in the seventh.
After a season filled with dramatic comebacks and memorable endings, the Oakland Athletics now expect the unexpected.
Al Alburquerque reached out and snagged a sharp grounder to the mound — then planted a little kiss on the ball before tossing it to first.
"Actually helping the team for once felt really good," he said. ...
'How am I even going to touch this baseball?'" Reddick said. "It's a great turnaround, a great feeling to be back in the box with some confidence."