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A's Camp Notes: Two Lefties; Opposite Results

Tyler Johnson had a rough outing versus Anaheim.

Barry Zito and Tyler Johnson might be kindred spirits, but their outings on Thursday couldn't have been more different.

Barry Zito started the game against Anaheim, coming off of a strong first spring appearance where he tossed two perfect innings. The A's ace lefty wasn't perfect against the Angels, but he was close. Zito diced through the Angels' line-up allowing only three walks and no hits over four innings pitched. He used two double plays and a picked off runner to work through his outing so effeciently that... Recommended Stories

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