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Oakland A's MLN: Rehabs Continue

Mitchell's on the comeback trail.

The Oakland A's have had injuries at the major and minor league levels this season. While some rehabs have been delayed, others are making rapid progress. We have the details inside.

Reliever Connor Robertson, who has been on the Oakland A's disabled list since May 22 with a broken thumb, had his first outing on the mound against regular competition on Wednesday. Robertson pitched an inning for the A's Rookie League team, striking out two batters in a scoreless frame. He has been on the DL since breaking his thumb on a comebacker in Chicago in his third major league outing... Recommended Stories

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