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  • What makes A's leaders Sonny Gray and Stephen Vogt click

    Before Friday night's game against the San Francisco Giants on April 1, 2016, Oakland A's manager Bob Melvin discussed the working rapport between ace pitcher Sonny Gray and catcher Stephen Vogt. The battery mates began their working relationship in Triple-A Sacramento before it blossomed into a close-knit relationship on and off the field in Oakland.

Before Friday night's game against the San Francisco Giants on April 1, 2016, Oakland A's manager Bob Melvin discussed the working rapport between ace pitcher Sonny Gray and catcher Stephen Vogt. The battery mates began their working relationship in Triple-A Sacramento before it blossomed into a close-knit relationship on and off the field in Oakland. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee
Before Friday night's game against the San Francisco Giants on April 1, 2016, Oakland A's manager Bob Melvin discussed the working rapport between ace pitcher Sonny Gray and catcher Stephen Vogt. The battery mates began their working relationship in Triple-A Sacramento before it blossomed into a close-knit relationship on and off the field in Oakland. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee

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