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A's MLN: Meyer Improving; Cougars Playing Well

Dan Meyer is getting back on track.

The road to recovery is getting shorter for Sacramento starter Dan Meyer. Meyer made his longest appearance since returning from the disabled list and it was his most effective. The promising young lefty threw 50 pitches in three innings of work, and the River Cats used a late rally to beat Salt Lake. In Kane County, the tandem of Eddie Kim and Tom Everidge led the way in the Cougars' win. Find out all of the details in the day's action in this edition of A's Minor League Notebook…

Meyer Starts, Offense Finishes In River Cats' Win A 1-1 pitchers' duel quickly unraveled into a slugfest in the seventh inning, as the River Cats and the Stingers combined to score 14 runs in the final three innings of the game. Sacramento would come out on top by a score of 9-7. Dan Meyer started the game, although he was on a strict pitch count and he wasn't expected to go more than three or...

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