Found May 04, 2013 on BaySportsNet:
Following the A’s 2-0 shutout of the New York Yankees Friday evening, the A’s had no shortage of news regarding the status of their roster Saturday morning. Before we get to that though, A.J. Griffin was masterful in his seven innings of work. He allowed six hits and walked just one batter. Griffin struck out four batters. Sean Doolittle pitched an inning and two-thirds of shutout ball and Grant Balfour earned his fourth save of the season. The A’s got their two runs on a leadoff homer by Adam Rosales on the first pitch of the game against C.C. Sabathia and a RBI single in the sixth inning by Derek Norris to bring home Yoenis Cespedes. Oakland had ten hits on the day, including three each from Jed Lowrie and Nate Frieman.   Chris Young Headed to the DL, Michael Taylor Rejoins A’s Earlier this week the A’s placed Brett Anderson and Coco Crisp on the disabled list. At the time it looked hopeful that Chris Young, injured in the same game (Monday’s 19-inning contest with the Angels) as ...
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