Current record: 20-28
2016 against the Mariners: 5-4 (including a recent series win!)
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Ladies and gentlemen, the most injured team in Major League Baseball. There are twelve injured players on the Athletics roster, with the earliest player scheduled to return in June and the latest players not returning until 2017.
You thought Angels pitching looked bleak, well you just have a seat. Athletics pitching has them beat, and not in a good way. Henderson Alvarez, R.J. Alvarez, Chris Bassitt, Felix Doubront, Sonny Gray, Liam Hendriks and Jarrod Parker are all missing time for Oakland this season. This lack in pitching depth was accurately reflected in the Mariners complete mashing of not only infant-like starting pitcher Zach Neal, but the bullpen relief that followed.
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