When he saw the gate in the right field fence swing open and that long, thin figure come trotting out of the visitor’s bullpen toward the pitcher’s mound at Great American Ball Park Wednesday, Tony Vittorio rose up out of his seat in the back of Section 116, proudly surveyed the reaction of the Oakland A’s fans sitting around him and then turned his attention back to the field.
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