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  • A's manager Bob Melvin assesses strong debut by rookie pitcher Sean Manaea

    After top pitching prospect Sean Manaea performed well in his first spring training game on Friday, March 4, 2016, Oakland A's manager shared his thoughts about the young left-hander with the wicked strikeout stuff. Manaea threw two scoreless innings, allowing a single and a walk while striking out four.

A's manager Bob Melvin assesses strong debut by rookie pitcher Sean Manaea

After top pitching prospect Sean Manaea performed well in his first spring training game on Friday, March 4, 2016, Oakland A's manager shared his thoughts about the young left-hander with the wicked strikeout stuff. Manaea threw two scoreless innings, allowing a single and a walk while striking out four.
Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee