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A's slam BoSox in Garciaparra's return  21-year veteran Smoltz made his Red Sox debut at Fenway. The 21-year-old Athletics left-hander threw a two-hit shutout in a 6-0 win Boston Red Sox over Oakland 5-4  Wakefield enhanced his status as a first-time All-Star by earning his AL-leading 11th victory, and Ortiz homered and drove in four runs A's end Yanks' winning streak
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1. 01-06 A's near deal with Giambi Athletics
2. 03-12 Oakland Seeks Commissioner's for A's Oakland City Hall
D. 03-21 Ishikawa Helps Giants Beat A's, 8-4 Giants
03-27 Duchscherer to have elbow surgery Athletics
F. 04-02 Giants Exhibition Win Over A's Pac Bell Park
G. 04-06 A's Shut Out By Angels In Season Opener Athletics
H. 04-07 A's Offense Alive, Beat Angels For 1st Win Athletics
I. 04-24 Cahill Gives Up 7 Runs, Rays Roll Over A's Coliseum

Oakland Seeks Commissioner's for A's Ishikawa Helps Giants Beat A's, 8-4 Duchscherer to have elbow surgery  Justin Duchscherer will have arthroscopic elbow surgery next week, likely causing the 2-time All-Star to miss at least the first month of the season Giants Exhibition Win Over A's  Lincecum struck out eight in 5 2-3 innings, walking one while allowing three runs on four hits as San Francisco defeated Oakland 7-4 A's Shut Out By Angels In Season Opener  Saunders pitched into the 7th inning and Kendrick homered and singled in another run, leading Los Angeles to a 3-0 win over Oakland A's Offense Alive, Beat Angels For 1st Win  Giambi, Cust and Sweeney had 3 hits apiece to lead a 16-hit attack by Oakland in a 6-4 victory over Los Angeles Cahill Gives Up 7 Runs, Rays Roll Over A's  Carlos Pena hit a pair of home runs, Scott Kazmir allowed 2 hits over 6 innings and Tampa Bay beat Oakland 8-2 A's down Rangers with help from Sweeney  Sweeney's incredible catch in straightaway center robbed Kinsler of a 3-run homer in the eighth inning and the A's are winning 4-2 over Texa... A's Can't Hold On, Lose To Mariners 8-7  Lopez fought off nine consecutive two-strike pitches, and Seattle rallied from a five-run deficit to beat Oakland Tigers crush 2 grand slams in rout of A's  Detroit got grand slams from Ryan Raburn and Brandon Inge to complete a 14-1 rout Chavez Has Herniated Disk, Put On DL  Oakland third baseman Eric Chavez has a herniated disk and could be facing career-ending surgery if he injuries his back again Giambi smacks 400th homer, but A's lose  Drew singled in the go-ahead run in the top of the 11th inning and the Diamondbacks won fourth straight game, beating the A's 8-7 A's End Skid With 5-4 Win Over Rangers  Adam Kennedy homered twice and Oakland ended a four-game skid with a 5-4 victory over the AL West-leading Rangers Thome cracks 550 to rally W. Sox by A's  Thome hit the 550th homer of his career in the 8th inning to put the White Sox ahead and Chicago went on to beat Oakland 6-2 A's Win Streak Snapped, Fall To Twins  Kubel and Morneau each hit a home run, Baker took a shutout in the 9th, and Minnesota ended a 3-game losing streak with a 10-5 victory Cain Wins 7th Straight; Giants Sweep A's
A's near deal with Giambi Neighbor Objections Killed Fremont Park

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  A's owner Wolff said that the baseball team is halting its efforts to move to Fremont in the face of strong opposition by neighborhood groups
 Wolff didn't say whether he would consider keeping the team in Oakland

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  Schierholtz hit an inside-the-park three-run homer, Cain pitched a 4-hitter and San Francisco beat Oakland 7-1 for a three-game sweep

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  A's are taking advantage of a debatable decision by New York manager Girardi to beat the Yankees 6-4 and snap their 8-game winning streak
Jul.26 Henderson was inducted into Hall of Fame
  During his career he played for nine teams from 1979 to 2003, including four stints with his first team, the Oakland Athletics
 The sport's greatest leadoff hitter and baserunner
Jul.28 Red Sox Lose to A's in 11  Rice's No. 14 went up on the facade at Fenway Park along with the team's other Hall of Famers in a pregame ceremony

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Aug.7 Oakland dumps Giambi
  Jason Giambi's second stint with Oakland ends with unconditional release, cutting short the struggling slugger's return to his first major club Aug.18 Tomko gets revenge in A's debut  Brett Tomko pitched five scoreless innings to beat the Yankees less than a month after his release, winning his debut, 3-0

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Dec.20 A's close to deal to add Crisp
  The Oakland Athletics were closing in on a deal with free-agent outfielder Coco Crisp on a one-year contract with a club option for the 2011 season

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