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Lewis Talks About Perfect Start; Time In Bigs

SACRAMENTO - On Sunday night, right-hander Colby Lewis made his first start for the River Cats since early May, and it was a good one. Lewis, who spent more than two months in Oakland as a member of the A's bullpen, threw five perfect innings in his return to Triple-A. He spoke to reporters after the game about his perfect outing, his time in Oakland, his decision to stay with the A's, and more.

Only a pitch count could keep Colby Lewis from making history on Sunday night in Sacramento. The right-hander was dominating in his first outing back in Triple-A after spending two-and-a-half months at the major league level. In five innings, Lewis didn't allow a base-runner and he struck out eight batters. He was on a 60-pitch limit, so Lewis was lifted after five innings and 57 pitches with the... Recommended Stories

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