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Trevor Cahill Left in Too Long and Bob Geren Gets Burned Again

Published by on May 27, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

The Oakland A's are coming off a game which should have gave them some momentum to at least get the A's in a tie for third place with the Seattle Mariners, but again their effort was again not where it should be especially for a professional baseball team.

The only offense the A's could muster against Erik Bedard was a solo homerun by Bobby Crosby.

Yet, even though the A's had no offense going, the Mariners couldn't capitalize twice with runners in scoring position in the first or the fifth innings. A's starter Trevor Cahill was able to get out of jams without giving up any runs.

This game was almost reminiscent of Brett Anderson's performance against the Mariners where he repeatedly got out of threats.
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