With Sonny Gray out and defense iffy, Rich Hill drops A’s debut

[…] maybe, then, it wasn’t the best sign for a team coming off the doldrums of a last-in-the-league finish that Gray couldn’t make his scheduled Opening Night start, laid low by food poisoning.

In his place, new No. 2 starter Rich Hill sputtered a bit, and in shades of 2015, Mark Canha’s inability to handle a high throw from shortstop Marcus Semien allowed two runs to score in the third inning of Oakland’s 4-3 loss to the White Sox.

The A’s led the majors in errors last year and this spring, and also topped all teams with 35 one-run losses, an Oakland

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