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August 3, 2014 7:31 PM

A’s, offense go quietly in loss to Royals

After deviating briefly to a cover of “Wild Thing” upon returning from the disabled list in late July, A’s right fielder Josh Reddick brought back the Wham! hit “Careless Whisper” as the walk-up music played before his home at-bats. Recently, the smooth saxophone strains behind George Michael’s vocals have been perhaps the best – and in Sunday’s case the only – indicator of impending offense for the A’s.

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