A’s outfielder Jake Smolinski progressing toward returnJake Smolinski took batting practice for the first time since his mid-March shoulder surgery and threw up to 60 feet Tuesday, a progression that has A’s manager Bob Melvin believing the outfielder could be playing during the season’s final month.Smolinski, a 28-year-old who had the torn labrum repaired in his throwing shoulder, hit .238 with seven home runs, 27 RBIs and 28 runs scored in 99 games last season.Bullpen help:Right-hander Ryan Dull, on the disabled list with a strained right knee since May 20, is expected to rejoin the team at the end of its upcoming road trip or when the team returns from Toronto on July 28, according to Melvin.The reliever excelled in wriggling out of jams last season, an attribute that could be more important following Sunday’s trade of back-end relievers Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson to Washington.Opponents hit .086 against him with runners in scoring position.Heart and hustle:Yonder Alonso was named by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association as the A’s nominee for the Heart and Hustle Award, which is given to players who demonstrate passion for the game.“You look at the names in the past, and they’ve been significant,” Melvin said.Rusty Simmons is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.12:35 p.m. MLB NetCherry on top: A’s players and coaches and local celebrities served root beer floats to fans during the 18th annual Root Beer Float Day pregame event Tuesday for charity.
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