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    Battle of the Bay: Oakland A's (53-41) @ San Francisco Giants (49-46) - July 13-15

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    OAKLAND ATHLETICS (53-41) @ SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (49-46)

    AT&T PARK


    Game 1: Friday, July 13th @ 7:15 PM

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    Edwin Jackson..........Madison Bumgarner

    Code:
                                Jackson           Bumgarner
                                3        Starts   7
                                1        Wins     2
                                0        Losses   3         
                                2.45     ERA      3.09                  
                                0.93     WHIP     1.21                  
                                18.1     IP       43.2
                                16       K's      36
                                4        BB's     14

    Scouting Report:
    A's: Jackson picked up his third win in as many tries with the A’s after holding the host Indians to two earned runs (three total) and five hits through 5 2/3 innings on Saturday. He walked four and struck out three, totaling 98 pitches.

    Giants: Having missed most of the season with a fractured pinkie on his throwing hand, Bumgarner's looking to build momentum toward a big second half. He's 9-9 with a 3.66 ERA in 23 career Interleague appearances.


    Game 2: Saturday, July 14th @ 7:05 PM

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    Brett Anderson......Jeff Samardzija
    Code:
                                Anderson          Samardzija        
                                5        Starts   9
                                1        Wins     1
                                2        Losses   5         
                                5.75     ERA      6.42                  
                                1.77     WHIP     1.67                  
                                20.1     IP       40.2
                                11       K's      24
                                8        BB's     6

    Scouting Report:
    A's: Anderson returned from the disabled list Sunday after being sidelined for nearly two months with a left shoulder strain. The veteran pitcher responded with five scoreless innings in Cleveland, holding the Indians to three hits, with two walks and thr

    Giants: This will be Samardzija's second start since he spent 35 days on the disabled list with shoulder tightness. He owns a 5-13 record with a 5.24 ERA in 27 Interleague appearances, including 21 starts.


    Game 3: Sunday, July 15th @ 1:05 PM

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    Sean Manaea..........Andrew Suarez
    Code:
                                Manaea            Suarez 
                                19       Starts   15
                                8        Wins     3
                                6        Losses   5         
                                3.44     ERA      3.75                  
                                0.99     WHIP     1.23                  
                                117.2    IP       84.0
                                82       K's      77
                                23       BB's     19

    Scouting Report:
    A's: Manaea faced just one batter in the fifth inning in Houston on Tuesday after completing at least five innings in each of his previous seven starts. The lefty was touched up for three runs and seven hits in his four-plus innings, walking one and fanni

    Giants: Skeptics say that Suarez has little room for error because he's not overpowering. His stats, therefore, indicate that he has made relatively few mistakes and that he has gained velocity -- which is absolutely true, as the scoreboard readings show.











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    “Maybe one of these days I won't fail ” - Clayton Kershaw following Dodgers World Series loss

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    Your attention please... We now interrupt this season, with the Giants clawing for a possible NL playoff spot, so that we can play like 8 consecutive exhibition games against two pretty damn good AL teams, who we're not fighting with for that NL playoff spot. And just for laffs they count in the standings.

    Jeez I hate that ****...
    "They throw the ball, I hit it. They hit the ball, I catch it." - Willie Mays

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    Quote Originally Posted by #24 View Post
    Your attention please... We now interrupt this season, with the Giants clawing for a possible NL playoff spot, so that we can play like 8 consecutive exhibition games against two pretty damn good AL teams, who we're not fighting with for that NL playoff spot. And just for laffs they count in the standings.

    Jeez I hate that ****...
    NHL plays interconference games. NBA plays interconference games. NFL plays interconference games. Why shouldn't MLB?

    Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the rivalry and/or teams you don't get to see on a normal basis.

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    Aight 1213, I gotta know, why do you keep putting the guests sign up link? It's such a pet peeve of mine lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rush View Post
    Aight 1213, I gotta know, why do you keep putting the guests sign up link? It's such a pet peeve of mine lol
    Too lazy to edit my template.



    “Maybe one of these days I won't fail ” - Clayton Kershaw following Dodgers World Series loss

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    I don't like the matchups for this series. 1 of 3. Hopefully the offense can finish hot before the break and surprise me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rush View Post
    NHL plays interconference games. NBA plays interconference games. NFL plays interconference games. Why shouldn't MLB?
    Apples/oranges. I don't follow or care about NBA, NFL, and used to like NHL hockey until their CEO wussed that game up too much.
    "They throw the ball, I hit it. They hit the ball, I catch it." - Willie Mays

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    Quote Originally Posted by #24 View Post
    Apples/oranges. I don't follow or care about NBA, NFL, and used to like NHL hockey until their CEO wussed that game up too much.
    I just don't see it as an issue. And it's only a handful of games a year. Just see the fun in the new players and stadiums .

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    Idk why stadiums don't have cameras that are positioned down the line.

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    I love dug dug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rush View Post
    I just don't see it as an issue. And it's only a handful of games a year. Just see the fun in the new players and stadiums .
    I see that, but I agree with @#24, it's a waste of time.

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    dang.

    How long have the Bodgers been in 1st?

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    I don't mind interleague play but if baseball truly wants to cut down the season, which honestly they should, then interleague will go.

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    Mccutchen needs a break. Put slater in right plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincecum4CY View Post
    I don't mind interleague play but if baseball truly wants to cut down the season, which honestly they should, then interleague will go.
    If the Giants lost out on a WC spot because, say, the Brewers beat us out after winning 9 of 12 vs KC, White Sox, and Tigers, while we lost 9 of 12 vs Angels, A's, and Mariners, you'll think differently.

    Better to play that same number of (AL) games vs other NL teams that we would actually compete with for that WC.
    "They throw the ball, I hit it. They hit the ball, I catch it." - Willie Mays

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