JP Sears might have tipped pitches in loss to White Sox, Mark Kotsay believe

Kotsay believes Sears may have tipped pitches to White Sox at the start appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea The Athletics' 

14-2 lo to the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night time at the Oakland Coliseum is one the group will try and 

overlook Everything that might move wrong for Oakland beginning pitcher JP Sears went incorrect. the a 

Since coming to the A's from the New York Yankees as a part of the Frankie Montas change, the 26-12 months-vintage had no longer

allowed more than 3 earned runs in any of his 5 begins even as going five or extra innings in all of them. However, that wasn't the 

case in opposition to the White Sox as Sears allowed six earned runs on 8 hits, which includes three domestic runs, while most effective 

lasting  innings for the A's. A's manager Mark Kotsay floated a notion as to what he noticed from the dugout that turned into extraordinary

from Sears, ensuing in Chicago batters jumping all over his pitches. "Sometimes groups find nuances, and glaringly 

tonight I truely feel like they'll have had an advantage with knowing what turned into coming to a certain volume, and that's a part of the sport,