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16, 2013 (Brantley, CLE)…yielded a .235 batting average with runners in scoring position but that dropped to .067 with RISP and two outs…opponents hit .080 with two strikes…first batters faced hit .153 with one walk (.164 on-base percentage)…had the second lowest first batter on-base percentage in the AL and fourth lowest by an A's reliever since1974…ranked 10th in opponents batting average and tied for 10th in first batter strikeouts (22)…has a.186 (31-for-167) batting average and .217 (seven walks, one sacrifice) on-base percentage against first batters in his career…allowed 2-of-12 (16.7%) inherited runners to score and has allowed just 7-of-66(10.6%) to score in his career…the career mark is the lowest in the majors since he made his debut in2012…struck out 63 and walked two in 43.2 innings before the All-Star Break (31.50 so/bb ratio)…fanned 26 and issued six walks in 19.0 innings after the break (4.33 so/bb ratio)…had a 6.00 ERA inthe eighth inning, a 2.29 ERA in the ninth inning or later…had a 1.72 ERA and .135 opponents batting average in 34 games in Oakland compared to a 4.15 ERA and .212 opponents average in 27 games on the road…now has a 2.32 ERA (26 er in 101.0 ip) in 96 career appearances in Oakland compared to 3.81 (33er in 78.0 ip) in 79 games on the road…compiled a 1.29 ERA in 20 day games, a 3.46 ERA in 41 nightgames…stranded all seven of his inherited runners during day games and has allowed 1-of-19 to scorein his career…converted each of his nine save opportunities and logged a 0.57 ERA in 16 games against AL East competition…is 10-for-10 in save chances against the East in his career…compiled a 1.00 ERA and did not walk a batter in seven interleague games (9.0 ip)…did not walk a batter in 16 outings on no days rest (15.2 ip)…the opponents number nine hitter was 1 for 24 (.042) off him…pitched at least one inning in 54 of his 61 appearances.

Went 5-5 with two saves and a 3.13 ERA in 70 relief appearances…allowed just 2-of-32 (6.3%) inherited runners to score, which was the lowest mark in the Majors Leagues…dating back to 1974, the first year inherited runner data is available, that is the lowest mark in Oakland history and the sixth best mark in the majors…has allowed just 5-of-54 (9.3%) inherited runners to score in his career…stranded all 13 of his inherited runners at home in 2013…issued just 13 walks in 69.0 innings, an average of 1.70 walks per nine innings…that was the seventh lowest mark among American League relievers…struck out 60 and his strikeout-to-walk ratio of 4.62 was 10th best…had a .214 opponents batting average, including .188 (16-for-85) against left-handed hitters compared to .227 (37-for-163) against righthanders…first batters faced were 11-for-66 (.167) with four walks (.214 on-base percentage)…allowed two first batter doubles for a .197 slugging percentage, which was third lowest in the AL…was ninth in on-base percentage and tied for ninth in strikeouts (22)…now has a .204 (22-for-108) career average against first batters with six walks, five doubles and a home run (.246 on-base percentage, .278 slugging percentage)…compiled a 0.55 ERA and .109 opponents batting average in 14 games on no days rest compared to a 3.93 ERA and .244 opponents batting average in 56 outings on one day of rest or more…now has a 1.69 ERA (5 er in 26.2 ip) in 25 career games on no days rest, 3.51 (35 er in 89.2 ip) in his other 89 outings…allowed a .138 average with runners in scoring position and two outs…held the opponents three and four hitters in the order to a combined .154 batting average…had a 2.52 ERA in 24 day games compared to 3.48 in 46 games at night…averaged 14.8 pitches per inning, which was eighth lowest among AL relievers.

went 3 for 5 with a double and two runs scored in his first game June 20 against Tri-Cities..his first professional home run July 13 at South Bend while playing for Kane County..a grand slam August 20 at Beloit.

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1 where he stranded all seven of his inherited runners…finished August with a 6.75 ERA in 11 games…then posted a 0.75 ERA in 10 outings in September…matched his season high with three strikeouts three times over a four-game stretch from Sept.

Sean Doolittle had been 21-for-21 on save opportunities as a National when he entered the ninth inning of a two-run game Thursday night against the Pirates.

Two pitches later, the lead was gone on Josh Bell's game-tying two-run homer.

batted .267 with four home runs and 14 RBI...added 15 walks for a .364 on-base percentage...80 ir)…first batters faced hit .350 with a .409 on-base percentage and .625 slugging percentage…the batting average and OPS (1.034) were second highest in the AL, the slugging percentage was third and the on-base percentage fifth…his career splits entering the season were .180/.214/.253/.467…converted 4-of-6 (66.7%) save opportunities…logged a 1.80 ERA and .140 opponents batting average in 17 day games, a 4.13 ERA and .280 opponents average in 27 contests at night…did not allow a home run in 15.0 innings during the day…had a 4.50 ERA in 24 games against AL West competition, a 1.59 ERA in 20 games against everyone else…surrendered 10 of his 14 runs in 16 outings on exactly one day of rest (6.28 ERA)…had a 1.46 ERA in his other 28 appearances…compiled a 0.54 ERA in the eighth inning, a 5.24 ERA in all other innings…did not commit an error in 44 games (six chances) and now has a 193-game errorless streak dating back to Sept.25, 2012…that is eighth longest in Oakland history by a pitcher…opponents had four sacrifice hits off him, which tied for second most among AL relievers…tossed one inning or fewer in 41 of his 44 appearances and had no outing over 1.1 innings.OAKLAND: Did not allow a run over his first six games and 5.2 innings, giving him a 9.2-inning scoreless streak dating back to 2012…issued two walks April 22 at Boston, the first time he walked more than one batter in an outing in his career…then had a 16-game, 17.0-inning, 64-batter streak before issuing his next walk June 1 against Chicago (AL), an intentional pass to Alex Rios in the seventh inning …retired 15 consecutive batters from April 28 to May 8…had a career-high 13.2-inning scoreless streak from April 29 to May 29…finished April with a 1.59 ERA and .128 opponents batting average in 12 appearances…

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