For the second straight night, Coco Crisp found himself without a hit as he rehabs with the Stockton Ports, on his way back to the A's.
Crisp, batting leadoff and playing left field, went 0-for-5 with two strikeouts and left three runners on base. The Ports beat the San Jose Giants, 8-5, in 12 innings.
Fighting to re-join the A's outfield, Crisp has struggled as of late. The veteran is now 4-for-19, hitting only .211 in his recent rehab stint with the Ports.
Pitching in his first game for the Ports since being a part of the trade that sent Tyler Clippard from the A's to the Mets, was right-hander Casey Meisner.
Meisner, 20, struggled in his Stockton debut. For the night, Meisner only lasted 3.2 innings and gave up four runs (three earned) while walking four and striking out four as well.
Before becoming a part of the A's organization, Meisner went 10-4 with a 2.35 ERA at two different levels.