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Jed Lowrie

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  • Oakland A's lose series finale to Minnesota Twins

    OAKLAND, Calif. A couple of old friends did in the A's on Sunday, Kurt Suzuki with a tiebreaking double and Josh Willingham with subsequent two-run homer in the eighth inning of a 6-1 Minnesota victory that ended Oakland's winning streak against the Twins...
  • A's rout K.C., end Royals' 8-game win streak

    The Sports Xchange A's rout K.C., end Royals' 8-game win streak KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Josh Donaldson went deep, and Brandon Moss went the opposite way. Donaldson homered twice and drove in four runs, and Moss matched his career high with four hits as the...
  • A's shortstop Lowrie headed to DL

    The Sports Xchange A's shortstop Lowrie headed to DL Athletics shortstop Jed Lowrie will be placed on the disabled list on Thursday because of a fractured right index finger. Lowrie had been trying to play through the injury. He is expected to miss two...
  • Royals 7, Athletics 3

    (Updated: UPDATING: Altering the first graph) Royals 7, Athletics 3: Nori Aoki ripped a go-ahead two-run triple to highlight a five-run rally in the seventh inning as host Kansas City claimed three victories in the four-game series. Billy Butler...
  • MLB roundup: Manfred elected to replace Selig

    The Sports Xchange MLB roundup: Manfred elected to replace Selig Rob Manfred has been elected the 10th commissioner of Major League Baseball, multiple media outlets reported Thursday. Manfred has been serving as MLB's chief operating officer since...
  • Royals stay hot, rally past A's

    Royals stay hot, rally past A's KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Oakland Athletics had the Kansas City Royals on the ropes in the sixth inning, but could not put them away. Right fielder Nori Aoki's two-run triple in the seventh inning put the Kansas City...
  • Manfred elected to replace Selig as baseball commissioner

    Manfred elected to replace Selig as baseball commissioner
    Rob Manfred has been elected the 10th commissioner of Major League Baseball, multiple media outlets reported Thursday. Manfred has been serving as MLB's chief operating officer since September 2013. He had reported directly to outgoing commissioner...
  • Pirates get reliever John Axford from Indians in waiver deal

    Cleveland Indians right-hander John Axford was traded to Pittsburgh on Thursday in a waiver deal as the Pirates look for help for their bullpen. Axford, 31, lost his closer job in May to right-hander Cody Allen. The Pirates will be responsible for the...
  • Braves power past A's

    The Sports Xchange By Guy Curtright, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Fixes Hammel ERA with Oakland Braves power past A's ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Braves, who struggled against the team with the best record in the National League, are off to a much better...
  • Royals bounce back from rout, blank A's, 3-0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Royals' 3-0 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday wasn't merely a victory over a team with the best record in baseball. It was a good sign. A day after the A's body-slammed the Royals to end Kansas City's eight-game...
  • Feast or famine for A's offense

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Oakland Athletics - INSIDE PITCH KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Oakland Athletics have a feast or famine offense. On Tuesday night, they collected a season-high 20 hits, including two Josh Donaldson home runs, to crush the...