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Elephant Rumblings: A’s continue hot streak against Red Sox


A’s Coverage:

  • Hall: Aaron Brooks outduels David Price, Oakland A’s blank Boston Red Sox 7-0…
  • Gallegos: Ramón Laureano’s bat, arm back Aaron Brooks’ gem in A’s win over Red Sox…
  • Shea: Contract extensions all the rage, but will A’s join the party?
  • Gallegos: With heavy hearts, persistent anxiousness, Venezuelan ballplayers carry on…

Best of AN:

  • Raun-Linde: Game #7 – A’s Pound Price 7-0…
  • Hall: 5 Best parts of Oakland A’s series win over Angels…
  • Baker-Gillman: Series #3 – Athletics vs Red Sox: A Slow Start…
  • Fatrolf’s Monday Sketches 2019…

MLB News:

  • Curry: Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton has left biceps strain, will be shut down for at least 10 days…
  • Hoch: New York 3B Miguel Andujar has labrum tear, could miss entire season…
  • Rosecrans: Reds top pitching prospect Hunter Greene to have Tommy John Surgery…
  • Keri: The 30 – In the first power rankings of the MLB season, the Phillies are on top of the world… ($)

Baseball Interest Stories:

  • Svrluga: How Bryce Harper went from ‘I’m going to be a National’ to ‘We’re going to Philly’…
  • Sarris: The unconventional grips that fueled a breakout… ($)
  • Clemens: A Taxonomy of Striking Out Against a Position Player Pitching…
  • Anderson: The trickiest time of the season for a baseball player — the in-between week… ($)

Today in Baseball History:

  • 1976 – The Oakland Athletics trade two key members from their recent World Series championship teams, sending outfielder Reggie Jackson and pitcher Ken Holtzman along with minor leaguer Bill VanBommell to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for outfielder Don Baylor and pitchers Mike Torrez and Paul Mitchell.
  • 1996 – Due to renovations in the Coliseum, the Oakland Athletics play their season opener in Las Vegas, NV, losing to the Toronto Blue Jays, 9 – 6, in front of only 7,296 fans at Cashman Field.

Best of Twitter:

  • The A’s honored the late writer Nick Cafardo in Boston’s first visit to the Coliseum since his untimely death…
  • Put one of the most pull-happy hitters against one of the heaviest-shifting teams and this is what you get…
  • Hat tip to the A’s for this awesome April Fools promotion, which resulted in dozens of free tickets, Will MacNeil taking the PA for a half inning and much more…

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