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triple A

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(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) military anti-aircraft artillery. Abbreviation: AAA
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Athletics: Jharel Cotton threw 37 pitches and allowed two runs while retiring five batters in a rehab start with Triple-A Las Vegas.
He finished the year batting .336/.414/564 in 30 games for Triple-A Buffalo.
He hit in Double-A New Britain, though, and then hit well enough in Triple-A Rochester to become International League MVP and force Minnesota to bring him up to the majors.
He called a few spring training games this year, as well as several Triple-A games, but he had yet to officiate an MLB game this season.
He was promoted to Triple-A Sacramento in June and was 5-2 with a 1.36 ERA with the River Cats.
He joined the A's organization in 1999 as manager of Single-A Modesto and spent the next three seasons (2000-02) at the helm of Triple-A Sacramento.
In another situation that somewhat mirrors' Greenberg's minor-league career --Greenberg took a while to recover from a severe beaning in his only major league at-bat with the Cubs--Stavisky broke two fingers last season at Triple-A Sacramento and saw only limited action.
Black Box Corporation (Nasdaq:BBOX), a provider of technical services for data and voice infrastructure solutions, announced on Thursday (19 June) that the Sacramento River Cats, the Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland A's, have selected Black Box Network Services to implement and maintain a ShoreTel Pure IP Unified Communications solution.
Dan VistiCa, senior vice president and CFO for the Sacramento River Cats, is entering his ninth season with the Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland A's.
In 1963, at the age of 20, the shy Northerner became the first professional black baseball player in Arkansas history, suiting up for Little Rock, the new Triple-A affiliate of the Phillies, who had signed Allen out of high school.
Nursing homes receiving a Triple-A rating in CareScout's 2003 survey included: