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SFBay Archives: Matt Chapman

A’s become latest MLB team accused of stealing signs

Sign-stealing is as much a part of baseball as base-stealing. Runners at second can tap a foot, depending on which would tell the batter if the pitch will be inside or outside. In 2005, then-Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark
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A’s sweep Cleveland, surge into second half

The Oakland offense handed Sean Manaea an early lead, and the big lefty embraced the advantage.
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Sonny Gray showcases skills, shuts down Indians

It took Sonny Gray a while to settle in. But when he did, he blew by Cleveland, carrying Oakland to a 5-0 win.
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Suzuki punishes A’s in extras, leads Braves to sweep

The Oakland Athletics got a third-straight outstanding performance from their starting pitcher. None of them netted a win.

A’s rookies sparkle, then stumble, in 4-3 loss

The Oakland Athletics could not have asked for more from Paul Blackburn making his major league debut.
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Inside Pitch: Oakland’s future has arrived

The future is now for the A's. Following a painful move, six of the organization's top 10 prospects now make their baseball home in Oakland.
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First-place Astros bring A’s back to earth

Oakland had "Celebration" on repeat after sweeping four from the Yankees. But the Astros changed the A's tune.

Healy, A’s law down law on Judge, Yankees

Though Aaron Judge has been showered with "MVP" for each at-bat, it was Ryon Healy who mashed a pair of long home runs Saturday.


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