Mark Canha walks off in Athletics' win over Royals, but a key moment went down in the bullpen

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Mark Canha walks off in Athletics' win over Royals, but a key moment went down in the bullpen
Mark Canha walks off in Athletics' win over Royals, but a key moment went down in the bullpen

OAKLAND — Blake Treinen hasn't been himself this season. A perpetual struggle with command fronted a biting injury bug. It bit back in June, when Treinen landed on the 10-day IL with a shoulder injury. It bit again in September, a month bogged by bullpen fatigue; Treinen will be out for the regular season (and potentially the postseason) with a stress reaction in his back. Treinen said it was affecting him the last few days. It was clear there had been a shift within the A's bullpen when Chris Bassitt started warming up in the bottom of the 11th inning on Wednesday. A Bassitt bullpen appearance wouldn't be necessary, though. Mark Canha's walk-off hit broke a scoreless bout, handing the A's a

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