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A's trim Rangers' lead in AL West by beating Mariners

A's trim Rangers' lead in AL West by beating Mariners

CNNSI.com ESPN.com Updated Sep 30, 2012
A's trim Rangers' lead in AL West by beating Mariners
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  • Gutierrez exits Sunday with left groin tightness

    Gutierrez exits Sunday with left groin tightness

    MLB.com Sep 30, 2012
    Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez was removed from Sunday's game against the A's in the bottom of the third inning after feeling tightness in his left groin muscle, after he had already doubled twice and scored a run.
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  • The Juice: A’s cap comeback with Brandon Moss walk-off, Orioles…

    The Juice: A’s cap comeback with Brandon Moss walk-off, Orioles and Yankees tied again in AL East

    yahoo.com Sep 30, 2012
    The Juice is back for its fifth season of fun! Stop by each weekday (and now on weekends) for an ample serving of news from the action, plus great photos, stats and video highlights. Resilient A's: The 2012 Oakland Athletics certainly don't consider a 4…
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  • Cliff Corcoran: AL East tied again, White Sox stumble, more A's…

    Cliff Corcoran: AL East tied again, White Sox stumble, more A's magic

    CNNSI.com Sep 30, 2012
    The AL East is tied with four games left. While the Orioles look like a team of destiny, the Yankees have the favorable schedule, says Cliff Corcoran, who reviews the day on the diamond.
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  • Video - A's Ride High 02:24

    A's Ride High

    Sep 30
    Yoenis Cespedes drove in two runs to lead the Athletics past the Mariners 5-2.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Even with blanket coverage of NFL, turnaround Vikes a shocker

    Sep 30
    PHILADELPHIA -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest Week 4 in the NFL ...
  • NBA -- Los Angeles Clippers look to thrive with sense of continuity

    Sep 30
    The Clippers' main cogs have played together more than their more celebrated Staples co-tenants.