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Too bad Harem wasn't pitching

With the exception of Joel Peralta, the Royals pitchers pretty much made the A's their odalisque tonight.

The A's had a great breakth--

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Anyway, the A's offense sprang to life briefly in the 6th vs Peralta, but for most of the evening it was back to same old same old with the A's offense: lots of walks with a few but not enough hits. Cust once again provided most of the excitement (thankfully, confining his entertainments to the offensive side of the ledger), with 2 BBs, a blistering 2B, and a Baggiedome-style 3B.

Unfortunately, the A's pitchers tonight had worse luck with gophers than Carl Spackler.

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What the hell?

At least, I suppose, we can comfort ourselves that Mark Ellis was the beneficiary -- after being mugged by a crowd of Brooks Brothers-clad yuppies pounding on the glass of his workspace -- of a, shall we say, Originalist and non-precedent-setting after-the-fact intercession of judgment to preserve his errorless streak. Plus, Ellis just mkay have solidified a few more GG votes with his exceptional DP tonight.

The A's look to stop the Royals from sweeping tomorrow at 1:05.