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Game #62: A’s at White Sox

These guys again? The A’s continue their Midwestern jaunt with a four-game series in Chicago at U.S. Cellular Field to play the White Sox. It is again a battle of teams going in opposite directions for the season.

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Game #62: A's hang on for a road walkoff, 5-4

As the newest crop of “Baby A’s” were being hatched by Beane, Kubota, and others, the A’s faced the same team they faced last weekend, the Chicago White Sox. Dan Straily would face a team in back-to-back starts for the first time in his career, and turned in an okay start. Over 7 innings, the 4th consecutive start in which an A’s starter reached that point in the game, he allowed 6 hits, 2 walks, and struck out 3. Of the 4 runs he allowed, 3 were with two outs in the 3rd inning. Meanwhile, White Sox starter Jose Quintana also allowed 4 runs, but allowed them in spurts; specifically, he allowed 3 solo HRs of the bats of Yoenis Cespedes (twice) and Josh Reddick. Here’s how everyone scored.

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Game Thread #62: A's at White Sox (2)

It's a close game: A's are trailing by one going into the 7th, 4-3. Nine more outs to work with.

A's also drafted an HS CF from Texas named Billy McKinney.

RALLY TIME!

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