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Focused Gray Ready For Encore

Sonny Gray had a 2.67 ERA for the A's last season.

OAKLAND - The Oakland A's expect to have a potent offense once again in 2014, but they know that their path to the post-season will be determined by the strength of their pitching staff. Oakland's starting rotation is full of young, but now playoff-tested arms. One of those young starters - Sonny Gray - could be the key for the A's as they aim for a third straight division title.

Although he technically used up his rookie-eligibility last season, Sonny Gray will still be the newest kid in the Oakland A's rotation if he makes the roster out of spring training. The A's top pick in 2011 had a whirlwind 2013 campaign. He began the year in Triple-A Sacramento and finished as the only starter in the A's rotation to get the call twice in the team's five-game playoff series...

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