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OAKLAND – The A’s pulled together one of those mad, late-inning rallies Tuesday that they seem to have a trademark on. It was a commendable effort that came up just short in a 6-5 loss to the Seattle Mariners. And while the A’s always score points for the heart they show...
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The Giants didn’t have the depth to withstand injuries and slumps in June and July, but suddenly their roster is packed with young talent.
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Dealing with a strained muscle in his right side, there’s no timetable yet for Sean Doolittle's next step but the A's remain optimistic.
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After being optioned to Beloit, Nate Freiman and Drew Pomeranz are happy to be back but drew positives from being down on the farm.
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Middle linebacker Nick Roach is still suffering from concussion symptoms and the Raider could use him back sooner rather than later.
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Jim Harbaugh left the 49ers with very little wiggle room when speaking about the possible consequences for Ray McDonald
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Brett Bochy has come a long way since being a bat boy for his father back in Sand Diego. The best part is the same, though. It’s still father-son time.
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Gary Brown did not move up as quickly as hoped, but the Giants 2010 first-round pick made drastic improvements and remained patient for a shot.
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Broncos receiver Wes Welker has been suspended for four games for violating the NFL’s policy against performance-enhancing drugs.
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Michael Morse will miss the final five games of the Giants' road trip after being diagnosed with a strained oblique on Tuesday.
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The 49ers released their first “unofficial” depth chart of the regular season on Tuesday, and it contained one surprise.
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