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Street And Loaiza Bounce Back In Win

Loaiza may be shaking the WBC-blues.

The few off-days on the baseball calendar provide players with a chance to think about how they've performing lately, and managers to think about their team. Like most humans, the thoughts turn to what's not going right.

For Esteban Loaiza, it was an extra day to think about what he called the worst two-start start to his career. For Huston Street, it was a day to think about a rare blown save, his first ever costing the A's a win. On Tuesday night, Loaiza and Street were able to bounce back into the happy thought places. Loaiza went six solid innings, allowing three runs, and Street worked a 1-2-3 ninth inning...

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