The A’s won their 16th division title in 2013, but bowed out with a disappointing ALDS loss (again).
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Oakland was just nine outs away from getting to the American League Championship Series for only the second time since 1992, but the bullpen couldn’t keep it together.
Oakland was up 3-0 in the fourth, but the Tigers tied it up. Right away, the A’s took the lead back and never let go of it in Game Three.
Jarrod Parker will take the mound in Game Three against the Detroit Tigers.
Detroit and Oakland have each scored 3 runs in the series so far. The teams head to Motown for Game Three.
The Detroit Tigers scored three runs off somewhat weak hits in the first inning, and Max Scherzer did the rest against the A’s.
Oakland definitely needs to take advantage of its home-field edge in 2013, for once. The series starts tonight.
Police in riot gear attempted to disperse crowds of people in the Mission District where several large piles of burning debris were dotting Mission and Valencia streets hours after the San Francisco Giants’ World Series victory against the Detroit Tigers Sunday night.
Following the San Francisco Giants’ 2-0 victory Saturday night against the Detroit Tigers in the third game of the World Series, San Francisco city officials plan to broadcast Game Four live in Civic Center Plaza on Sunday.