Khris Davis, right, and his A’s teammates celebrate his walkoff grand slam on Tuesday night in Oakland
Khris Davis, right, and his A’s teammates celebrate his walkoff grand slam on Tuesday night in Oakland Ben Margot The Associated Press
Khris Davis, right, and his A’s teammates celebrate his walkoff grand slam on Tuesday night in Oakland Ben Margot The Associated Press

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