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Angels robbed of game-tying hit in the ninth, lose again to A’s

ANAHEIM — Max Stassi was inches away from being able to forget a frustrating night, and then it got even more frustrating. The Angels catcher hit a ball that seemed to be ticketed for right-center field and a game-tying hit in the bottom of the ninth, but Oakland A’s second baseman Josh Harrison leaped and snagged it to send the Angels to a 3-1 loss on Saturday night.
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Game #148: Kaprielian stays sharp, A’s win fourth straight

It looks like James Kaprielian and the Oakland A’s still have something left in the tank after all. The rookie starter tossed six scoreless innings and the A’s held on for a 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday, ending with a highlight catch by second baseman Josh Harrison. It’s Oakland’s fourth straight win, and their second in this series in Anaheim, as they continue to battle down the stretch of the postseason race.
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Oakland A’s preparing list of potential stadium sites in Las Vegas

There appeared to be good news regarding hopes that the Oakland A’s would remain in the Bay Area. The Oakland City Council had voted in favor of a non-binding modified plan for the Howard Terminal Project. Meanwhile, the A’s had postponed their scheduled trip to Las Vegas, seemingly focusing on working with the city to keep the team in town.
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James Kaprielian delivers in return to rotation, A’s beat Angels with two-out rally

Concern over rookie James Kaprielian’s innings count forced a move to the bullpen 48 hours ago. An injury to his fresher-armed replacement, Daulton Jefferies, had him flipped back into his start on Saturday. And Kaprielian looked far from fatigued. Kaprielian dealt six scoreless innings with just two hits allowed, no...

James Kaprielian gets reprieve from demotion from rotation

Daulton Jefferies was set to have a prime opportunity with the Oakland A’s. He was slated to enter the rotation on Saturday, taking the place of James Kaprielian for at least one outing. While Kaprielian had pitched reasonably well all year, he had also begun to hit the wall, leaving the A’s to give Jefferies a look.

Josh Harrison snow cone catch saves game for A’s

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Super-Sub, Josh Harrison. The Oakland A’s were in a tight spot on Saturday. They led by two runs in the 9th inning, with two outs, but the Los Angeles Angels had the bases loaded. A single could tie it, and anything more could result in a walk-off loss, which would be devastating as Oakland needs every possible win to maintain their final 5% hopes of staying in the Wild Card race.

Los Angeles Angels vs Oakland Athletics MLB Picks, Odds, Predictions 9/19/2021

Oakland Athletics (80-67) vs. Los Angeles Angels (72-75) September 19, 2021 4:07 pm EDT. The Line: Los Angeles Angels +145 / Oakland Athletics -200; Over/Under: -8.5 (Click here for latest betting odds) The Oakland A’s and the Los Angeles Angels meet Sunday in MLB action from Angel Stadium. This will...

Andrew Chafin needs to be part of Oakland A’s 2022 bullpen

It is somewhat easy for Andrew Chafin to get lost amongst the other trade deadline acquisitions made by the Oakland A’s. Starling Marte has been a revelation, proving to be exactly the piece the A’s desperately needed atop their lineup. Josh Harrison and Yan Gomes have been solid performers – steady veteran players who have helped stabilize the lineup while providing depth where it has been needed most.