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Butterfinger! Josh Hamilton happily eats candy bars Oakland Ath…

Butterfinger! Josh Hamilton happily eats candy bars Oakland Athletics fans throw at him

yahoo.com Updated Apr 30, 2013
Usually, when fans throw objects at an opponent while at a ballgame, it is cause for ejection, along with possible arrest. In the case of Oakland Athletics fans and Los Angeles Angels slugger Josh Hamilton, it simply was cause for a snack. A's fans, who…
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  • A View from Studio 3: Extra innings, beards and trends

    A View from Studio 3: Extra innings, beards and trends

    MLB.com Apr 30, 2013
    Early Tuesday morning I was convinced the Angels-Athletics game was delayed by rain. Numerous times. Or maybe the venue was switched to Japan? Why else would the game still be going in the middle of the night?
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  • How Do You Celebrate A 19th-Inning Walk-Off? Pie Yourself In Th…

    How Do You Celebrate A 19th-Inning Walk-Off? Pie Yourself In The Face

    deadspin.com Apr 30, 2013
    Your browser does not support iframes. Brandon Moss won last night's crazy Angels-A's game-which lasted just over six-and-a-half hours and took 19 innings to complete-with a walk-off, two-run homer. Afterwards, Moss was so exhausted and delirious that
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  • Josh Hamilton Gives Weird Autographs

    Josh Hamilton Gives Weird Autographs

    deadspin.com Apr 30, 2013
    Josh Hamilton tossed this autographed ball to one lucky fan in the right field bleachers during last night's Angels-A's game. It's kind of weird.Read more...
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  • The Juice: Long night at the office: Athletics outlast Angels i…

    The Juice: Long night at the office: Athletics outlast Angels in 19 innings, Marlins net Mets in 15

    yahoo.com Apr 30, 2013
    Your browser does not support iframes. The Juice returns for season No. 6! It's almost eligible for free-agency! Stop by daily for news from the action, along with great photos, stats, video highlights and more. Marathon men: How does a total of 34 inni…
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  • 19 innings: Moss gives A's win over Angels

    19 innings: Moss gives A's win over Angels

    ESPN.com MLB.com Apr 30, 2013
    Brandon Moss hit his second home run of the game with two outs in the bottom of the 19th inning to give the Oakland Athletics a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels early Tuesday in the longest major league game of the season.
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  • Bourjos, Jimenez exit game with injuries

    Bourjos, Jimenez exit game with injuries

    MLB.com Apr 30, 2013
    Angels center fielder Peter Bourjos and third baseman Luis Jimenez each left Monday's game against the A's with injuries.
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  • Video - Buster Blog: Cespedes Key For A's 01:28

    Buster Blog: Cespedes Key For A's

    Apr 30
    Buster Olney blogs about how much better Oakland's record is when OF Yoenis Cespedes is in the lineup.
  • Video - OTL: Tony Bosch Speaks 05:03

    OTL: Tony Bosch Speaks

    Apr 30
    Outside The Lines catches up with Biogenesis founder Tony Bosch, who discusses the PED allegations against him.
  • Video - Moss' Walk-Off Homer Lifts A's In 19th Inning 00:32

    Moss' Walk-Off Homer Lifts A's In 19th Inning

    Apr 30
    In the bottom of the 19th, Brandon Moss hit a two-run homer to lift the Athletics to a 10-8 win over the Angels.
  • Video - Athletics Outslug Struggling Angels 00:31

    Athletics Outslug Struggling Angels

    Apr 30
    Yoenis Cespedes drove in four runs and Seth Smith knocked in three more as the Athletics sent the Angels to their worst start in franchise history.

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    Apr 30
    The young Warriors aren't quite ready to close out a series on the road, writes J.A. Adande.
  • Peter King: NFL must create environment for others to follow Collins' lead…

    Apr 30
    In the wake of NBA player Jason Collins' decision to come out as gay in this week's Sports Illustrated, the obvious conclusion to draw is that it will start a trend of players to do the same.