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Balanced Oakland Athletics outlast Ohtani-less Angels 7-3

Balanced Oakland Athletics outlast Ohtani-less Angels 7-3

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Blake Treinen and the Oakland Athletics entire pitching staff were still smarting from their struggles against the Los Angeles Angels powerful lineup this season.The As finally took control on the mound, and their lineup provided ample backup.Marcus Semien had an early two-run single, Jed Lowrie homered and the Oakland Athletics beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 on Saturday night.Andrew Triggs pitched four-hit ball into the sixth inning, and his bullpen also came through after Oakland blew a six-run lead Friday night in its fourth loss to its AL West rivals already this...
SportsDay Apr 5, 2018
Doug Fister fails to get through four innings vs. A's, Rangers' record falls to 2-5

Doug Fister fails to get through four innings vs. A's, Rangers' record falls to 2-5

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Sean Manaea pitched three-hit ball over eight innings and the Oakland Athletics beat the Texas Rangers 6-2 on Wednesday night.Jed Lowrie had a two-run single in a four-run fourth. Matt Chapman singled twice and scored two runs, and Bruce Maxwell added an RBI double for Oakland. The A's had lost four of five since winning on opening day.Every Oakland starter had at least one hit or scored a run.Manaea (1-1) hit Shin-Soo Choo with a pitch leading off the game but was dominant after that, allowing just one runner past first base and retiring 11 of his final 12 batters. The...
SportsDay Apr 3, 2018
Rangers waste away opportunities in loss to A's

Rangers waste away opportunities in loss to A's

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Jed Lowrie hit a two-out, two-run double in the seventh inning and the Oakland Athletics beat Texas 3-1 on Monday night, spoiling the Rangers debut of Bartolo Colon.Matt Chapman homered for the second time in two days, and Matt Olson and Jonathan Lucroy had two hits apiece for Oakland. The A's had lost three straight since beating the Angels on opening day.Joey Gallo singled in a run for Texas. The Rangers have dropped six consecutive road openers and nine consecutive games at the Coliseum.Called up from the minors before the game, Colon allowed seven hits in six innings....
SFGate Apr 3, 2018

Tiny crowd sees A’s top Texas; Triggs, Lowrie power win

After dropping three of four games to the Angels to open the season - and, perhaps more to the point, after raising parking fees from $20 to $30 - the A’s drew their smallest crowd in 15 years on Monday at the Coliseum. In front of just 7,416, Oakland beat Texas 3-1, with Jed Lowrie providing the means via a two-run double in the seventh. The attendance was the team’s teeniest since April 3, 2003 vs. Seattle, when the A’s drew 6,295. That game in 2003, however, initially was not on the schedule; it was a makeup game following the teams’ canceled trip to Japan. ...
The Mercury News Apr 3, 2018

Jed Lowrie delivers big hit A’s desperately searched for against Rangers

Jed Lowrie delivered with a clutch double to put the A's ahead against the Rangers and snap their three-game losing streak.
SFGate Apr 2, 2018

A’s prepare to face a favorite ex-teammate, Bartolo Colon

He’s 44 years old, he’s still pitching and he remains a favorite at the Coliseum with fans and A’s players alike. “He’s been pitching for like three decades,” second baseman Jed Lowrie said. “He’s pretty much the same guy, just less velocity. Still throwing sinkers, that’s what he was doing here. “I get a kick out of facing anyone who’s going to come after you and challenge you and Bartolo’s always done that. He’s a competitor. Bartolo is great, I always loved playing with him and liked competing against him.” ...
Tampa Bay Times Mar 24, 2018
20 years of Rays: Greatest moments in franchise history

20 years of Rays: Greatest moments in franchise history

1. ALCS CLINCHER,-Oct. 19, 2008David Price threw the pitch, Boston's Jed Lowrie hit the ground ball, Akinori Iwamura made the pickup and raced to step on second base, and the Rays - the Tampa Bay Rays- - were going to the World

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