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Danny Valencia dubs Davis kHRis after home run binge

Danny Valencia dubs Davis kHRis after home run binge

When Danny Valencia tweeted out a salute to Khris Davis after Davis’ three-homer game Tuesday that included a walkoff grand slam, he had a little fun with it. Valencia made Davis’ first name all lower case, except for the HR.… Continue Reading → The post Danny Valencia dubs Davis kHRis after home run binge appeared first on Inside the As.
San Jose Mercury News May 15, 2016

Danny Valencia's third homer of game beats Rays 7-6

Oakland Athletics third baseman Danny Valencia's third homer, a two-run shot in the top of the ninth, beats the Tamp Bay Rays 7-6.
Athletics Nation May 14, 2016

The return of Danny Valencia reminds us how much the Oakland A's missed him

Entering the 2016 season, the biggest question for the Oakland A's involved their rotation. It could boom or it could bust, and there was a good chance that, whichever direction it headed, it was going to take the rest of the team with it. So far, that direction has been straight down the toilet, which is a bummer. Hopefully they'll turn those fortunes around. After the rotation, the next biggest question on the team might have involved Danny Valencia. He was an absolute beast in 2015, with a 134 OPS+ and 18 homers in 105 games, and the question was if he could he could repeat that...
Athletics Nation May 9, 2016

Oakland A's 3B Danny Valencia exits game with possible hamstring re-injury

Oakland A's third baseman Danny Valencia did not take the field for the bottom of the second inning after running the bases in the top half in Monday's contest against the Boston Red Sox. Valencia appeared to be in pain after running to first base on an infield single but remained in the game to score a run after a visit from A's manager Bob Melvin and a trainer. Chris Coghlan entered the game at third base in Valencia's place. Valencia returned from the disabled list last Saturday for a mild hamstring strain he incurred on April 20. There is no word on the severity of the injury at this...
Athletics Nation May 6, 2016

Oakland A's activate Danny Valencia from disabled list, option Tyler Ladendorf to Triple-A

After third baseman Danny Valencia spent the minimum time on the 15-day disabled list with a hamstring strain, how might playing time be rearranged now that Valencia has returned? Oakland A's third baseman Danny Valencia was activated following his 15-day stay on the disabled list with a minor hamstring strain. To make room on the active roster, the A's optioned utility player Tyler Ladendorf to Triple-A Nashville. Valencia returns to the A's roster that has continued to struggle on offense since he exited the April 20 contest against the New York Yankees. The A's have been held to three...

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