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Oakland A's September Call-Up Outlook

September is coming up quickly and that means that major league rosters will expand from a limit of 25 to a limit of 40. Over the past few years, September has meant an opportunity for the Oakland A's to try-out younger players at the major league level. This year, the A's will be looking to fortify their roster for a run at the post-season. We look at some potential September call-up candidates.

Note: Players on the A's current 15-day disabled list (aka Brandon Inge, A.J. Griffin and Eric Sogard) were not considered for this article. Sacramento starter Brad Peacock was also not considered for his article since he landed on the disabled list with a bruised right elbow on Monday. With their 7-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night, the Oakland A's moved to 14 games over the...

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