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Freiman was removed from the lineup for Saturday's game against the Rangers, according to MLB.com's Jane Lee.

Freiman was in the original lineup for the A's, but the Rangers scratched lefty Derek Holland (head) and are now starting righty Scott Baker, so A's manager Bob Melvin switched from a righty-heavy lineup to a lefty-heavy one. Freiman was replaced at first base by Stephen Vogt.

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Freiman, who was recalled from Low-A Beloit on Tuesday, went 0-for-2 with a walk in the Athletics' loss to the Mariners.

Freiman spent the bulk of his time at Triple-A Sacramento this season, batting .284 and smacking 15 homers over 310 at-bats. He'll likely find himself at first base in the Oakland lineup in September whenever a left-hander is starting for the opposition.

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Freiman was optioned to Low-A Beloit on Wednesday.

To clear a roster spot for Wednesday's starter Drew Pomeranz, the A's sent Freiman all the way down to Beloit, where he figures to play the rest of the week. During his most recent tenure with the big club, the 27-year-old Freiman went 6-for-21 with two doubles and three homers, and given Brandon Moss' struggles of late, he may very well return to a platoon at first base upon rejoining the A's.

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Freiman went 2-for-3 with a pair of solo home runs in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Braves.

Even though the A's suffered through a three-game sweep at the hands of the Braves, Freiman is one Oakland player that likely does not wish to leave Atlanta. The towering 27-year-old slugger belted three homers in just seven combined at-bats between Friday and Sunday. Freiman has crushed left-handed pitching to the tune of a .719 slugging percentage so far this season.

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Freiman hit a two-run homer on Friday night to account for all the A's scoring.

The homer was Freiman's first since he was recalled to the Majors on August 3rd. He has been used sparingly since his call-up with only 11 at-bats over 13 games. The homer on Friday could persuade the A's to start him again the next time they face a left-handed starter.

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Athletics optioned 1B/DH Nate Freiman to Triple-A Sacramento.

Freiman has batted just .212/.257/.394 in the majors this season. He was sent out in order to make room for Alberto Callaspo's return from the DL.

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Nate Freiman went 1-for-2 with a double and walk as the A's topped the Blue Jays 4-1 Thursday in a game played under official protest of Oakland skipper Bob Melvin.

The drama began in the second inning, when Anthony Gose grounded to Freiman with the bases loaded and one out. Freiman attempted to tag Munenori Kawasaki as he ran from first to second -- first-base umpire Vic Carapazza signaled a missed tag -- and then threw to Stephen Vogt for a force at home. Blue Jays manager John Gibbons won a challenge of the ruling that Kawasaki had been tagged, making Edwin Encarnacion safe at home since the force play no longer was in effect. Melvin lodged a formal complaint which was relayed up to the press box. Fortunately, the run didn't affect the outcome of the game.

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Nate Freiman went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run in Sunday's win over the Marlins.

With the A's having just tied the game at 1-1 in the sixth inning, Freiman blasted a three-run off of Andrew Heaney and it turned out to be just enough for the A's, who won 4-3. Not a bad season debut for the 27-year-old. The Athletics should give him plenty of opportunities to face left-handed pitching while he's up.

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Athletics recalled 1B/DH Nate Freiman from Triple-A Sacramento.

He's starting at first base and batting fifth on Sunday against lefty Andrew Heaney. Freiman is a career .304/.352/.453 hitter versus southpaws and will see plenty of time against them while he's up.

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Athletics optioned INF Nate Freiman to Triple-A Sacramento.

The 27-year-old did a nice job in a platoon role with the A's in 2013, slashing .274/.327/.389 with four homers and 24 RBI. He'll get another shot in Oakland at some point during the 2014 campaign.