For a team undergoing plenty of change, the Oakland Athletics don't seem too bothered.
A different result from Tommy Milone wouldn't hurt matters, either.
The left-hander seeks his first victory in more than a month while looking to help Oakland win for the sixth time in seven games as it hosts the Minnesota Twins in the finale of a three-game set Wednesday.
The Athletics have been busy the past couple days, acquiring infielder Stephen Drew from Arizona on Monday before sending the struggling Jemile Weeks to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday.
Oakland also activated Brett Anderson and Seth Smith from the disabled list, and both contributed in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Minnesota. Anderson pitched seven strong innings to earn the victory in his first start in nearly 15 months, and Smith went 2 for 2 with a pair of walks and two runs scored.
Drew, mired in a 0-for-19 slump, went hitless in his debut for the A's (66-56), who have won five of six and are one-half game behind Baltimore for ...