Tom Milone was solid in his second start as an Oakland Athletics pitcher. He just could not match Hector Noesi of the Mariners, who shut the A's down en route to a 4-0 victory to even the three-game series in Seattle. Noesi held the A's to five hits over eight innings and was never really threatened in the game. After a relative outburst of four runs Friday, this performance more resembles the scuffling A's batting order that has only scored 25 runs in nine games thus far.
The Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners kick off their 2011 seasons this Friday evening in Oakland, both looking to improve on their 2010 campaigns. The 2010 Athletics broke a string of three losing seasons in a row to finish at ... Read Post
Normally a run on three hits will not win you many games, but tonight it did as Seth Smith's solo home run was the only tally in the A's 1-0 victory over Seattle. Despite being shut down by Seattle starter Erasmo Ramirez, Oakland wo... Read Post