3yIn the A's twisted minds they believe the pressure is on the Tigers. Detroit has to worry about finishing the job, while the A's get to continue playing with house money, and staying alive by all means necessary.
3yThe visitors from Detroit struggled against a banged-up starter, fell victim to a home run robbery and could barely communicate due to a sellout crowd. After the Game 3 loss, the Tigers had to tip their collective cap.
3yBrett Anderson, who admitted after the game his oblique was bothering him, allowed just two hits and struck out six to keep the A's season alive.
3yCoco Crisp, who double-bobbled a fly ball in Detroit to help speed the Tigers to a 2-0 lead in this ALDS, ski-mask-stole Game 3 Tuesday in Oakland, 2-0, with an extraordinary catch of a Prince Fielder home run.
3yBrett Anderson wasn't even supposed to make the ALDS roster. But he did, and he showed up in a major way in Game 3, shutting out a tough Tigers lineup to extend Oakland's season.
3yThe A's are up against it in a win-or-go-home game at the Coliseum. Follow along as A.J. Griffin looks to force Game 4 with the Tigers.
3yTigers manager Jim Leyland spent a portion of his pregame press conference making a pitch for Oakland's Bob Melvin and Baltimore's Buck Showalter to be named American League Co-Managers of the Year.
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