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BoSox pitching coach Young joining A's (AP)

Pitching coach Curt Young is leaving the Boston Red Sox to return to the Oakland Athletics and work under new manager Bob Melvin. The A's announced Friday that Young had signed a one-year deal to rejoin the club that originally drafted him in the fourth round in 1981. Young left Oakland last year for a stint in Boston after spending 23 years in the A's organization.
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