Oakland Athletics Game 21 Stats and Recap

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Oakland Athletics Game 21 – Tuesday, April 28, 2015 @ 7:00 pm

102. 6. 96. Final. 2

Game Attendance: 17,674
Season Attendance: 255,688
Lowest Attendance: 15,025 (Game 2)
Game Time: 2:06
Season Time: 60:20

Win Record: 9-12
Win Record vs Angels: 3-2
Streak: W1
AL West Standing: 4th
Elimination Number: 141

Winning Pitcher: Sonny Gray (3-0)
Losing Pitcher: Jered Weaver (0-3)
Pitchers/Pitch Count: Gray/105, Scribner/12
Total Pitches per game: 117
Total Pitches per season: 2911

Game Home Runs: 2
Season Home Runs: 17
Game Runs: 6
Season Runs: 102
Runs Rank: 6th
Run Differential: 15
Differential Rank: 8th

Game RBI Leader: Lawrie (3), Reddick (3)
Season RBI Leader: Vogt (14)
Most RBI’s in Single Game: 4 (Game 35, 16)

Game RISP: 2 for 6
Game LOB: 3
Season RISP: 60 for 190
Season LOB: 140

Game Batting Average: .226
Lineup Batting Average: .267

Total Players Used in Game: 11
Most Players Used in Game: 19 (Game 6, 18)

Challenged Plays: 0
Total Challenged Plays: 6
Total Overturned Plays: 2
Games Won in Extra Innings: 0
Total Games Played in Extra Innings: 3 (6,7,18)

Special Notes:

After a disappointing series sweep by the Astros, the Oakland Athletics really needed a win and they did just that, on the backs of Josh Reddick and Brett Lawrie. Reddick continues to swing the bat very well in this sixth consecutive game with at least one hit from the right fielder. In fact, he’s reached base in each of his last 10 games and has driven in 11 RBI’s in the season so far. In 2014, Reddick needed 38 games to drive in that many runs but in 2015, after starting the season on the disabled list, he needed only 14.

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Sonny Gray looked a little out of sorts when he gave up a leadoff walk, a single, a wild pitch, and a two run single in the first inning but he was dominant from there on out. He gave up only those two runs, didn’t allow a base runner past the second inning and pitched 8 complete with six strike outs. In his five starts in April, Gray has averaged 7+ innings and has yet to receive a loss (although the A’s bullpen did drop two of his games). His ERA is sitting at 1.98 for the month.

Relevant Links

Next: 2015 Season Almanac Index

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