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Josh Reddick Sonny Gray and Jarrod Parker should all be ready for Spring Training in 2014. The results are in for the Oakland Athletics: It’ll be surgery for outfielder Josh Reddick and pitcher Sonny Gray and rest for pitcher Jarrod Parker. All three players should be ready for Spring Training ne
The center fielder enjoyed a career year at the plate in 2013. Coco Crisp will be returning to the Oakland Athletics in 2014 reports Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. The center fielder has a $7.5M team option on his contract and general manager Billy Beane stated that it will be exer
Athletics starting pitcher Sonny Gray suffered a broken thumb while fielding a ball in the last game of the 2013 ALDS. Athletics pitcher Sonny Gray who took the loss in Game 5 of the ALDS against Detroit broke his thumb during the game on Thursday night according to Joe Stiglich of Comcast Sports
The A’s are counting on a rookie to take down the Tigers in Thursday’s decisive Game 5 of the American League Division Series with 23-year-old Sonny Gray getting the nod over veteran Bartolo Colon. Oakland manager Bob Melvin announced the decision on a conference call Wednesday afternoon less
Manager Bob Melvin said that Yoenis Céspedes is a “little bit better” after coming out of Friday night’s game with continued right shoulder soreness but the team won’t really get a read on how he is until he hits and throws something he didn’t do Saturday. He’s unlikely to play in the regular-se
Here’s a concerning development for the Athletics with the start of the postseason just days away. According to Joe Stliglich of CSNBayArea.com Yoenis Cespedes was forced to leave last night’s win over the Mariners in the fourth inning after aggravating his right shoulder. The 27-year-old has
They will have home-field advantage through the first round of the playoffs. Unlike last postseason they will also have Bartolo Colon. But will the Oakland A’s have left fielder Yoenis Cespedes? That’s a big question looking ahead. And for all the A’s had to celebrate after Friday’s 8-
As the A’s steam toward the postseason one man is front and center for the rest of his teammates … even if Coco Crisp goes a little under the radar for such a dynamic and fun player. Oakland’s center fielder isn’t getting the type of MVP talk that is starting to attach itself to Josh Donaldson
Four players came up huge for the Oakland A’s in Tuesday night’s 2-1 victory over the Angels and that was just in the ninth inning. Alberto Callaspo started the winning rally with a single. Jemile Weeks pinch-ran for him and tagged up on a heads-up play to advance to second. Coco Crisp work a
Oakland’s pitching plans are starting to take shape. All-Star Bartolo Colon (groin) threw a 38-pitch bullpen session Monday and appears a likely option to start Thursday’s game; the A’s first want to see how he comes out of the Monday throwing session. Manager Bob Melvin said Colon geared up s
One day after Derek Norris broke the big toe on his left foot the A’s spoke of keeping the catcher off the disabled list. “With a fracture like that there is some thought that Derek will feel better in the coming days” said manager Bob Melvin adding surgery isn’t anticipated “but we’ll see and ho
With All-Star Bartolo Colon on the disabled list Jarrod Parker is now the A’s ace – and he really has held that distinction for a month or more. Parker was at his best again Monday night at the Coliseum throwing his first career complete game in Oakland’s 2-1 win over Seattle – a walk-off victory
Athletics outfielder Yoenis Cespedes put on a remarkable show en route to winning the Home Run Derby on Monday night, and now the team will let its fans get a taste of the action. According to Jane Lee of MLB.com, Oakland will open the O.co Coliseum gates an hour early on Fridays so fans can see the
On June 30, the commentary crew on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball marveled over the beauty of Orioles slugger Chris Davis’ home run swing. It looked like Davis had barely made contact. The ball zipped straight out of the park. Watching Davis hit home runs has been one of the more exciting happen
As part of Susan Slusser’s daily notes for the San Francisco Chronicle on the Athletics this morning, a little tidbit regarding the middle infield situation came to light. The man who was once declared to be the only Athletics player Billy Beane was unwilling to listen on, is no longer untouchabl
With no progress after more than four years on the Oakland Athletics’ planned San Jose move, the city Tuesday filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against Major League Baseball. The lawsuit argues MLB’s decree that the San Francisco Giants have exclusive territorial rights to San Jose, which the def
Josh Reddick enjoyed another productive rehab game with Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, again exiting the outing without any issues in his right wrist. The plan is for Reddick to play in one more game with the River Cats on Thursday and, “if things go well,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said, the out
The A’s just announced that Brett Anderson has a stress fracture in his right foot and will be re-evaluated again in four weeks, which means he will be out closer to two months, or maybe more, because obviously he will have to go through rehab and build his innings back up. Anderson told me the o
When the season started, it appeared the A’s had too many starting outfielders. Now they don’t have enough. With Josh Reddick heading for the disabled list Wednesday, Yoenis Céspedes is the only man still standing from the group of four everyday outfielders – and Céspedes spent 15 days on the d
The A’s announced today they have placed outfielder Coco Crisp on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 30 with a strained left hamstring and added left-handed pitcher Brett Anderson to the 15-day DL effective today with a sprained right ankle. To fill their roster spots, the club have se
Following a week full of doubles and driving in runs, Athletics third baseman Josh Donaldson on Monday was rewarded with his first career American League Player of the Week honors. Donaldson, 27, went 12-for-22 (.545) last week with seven doubles, 10 RBIs, seven walks and four runs scored. He led
Outfielder Yoenis Cespedes participated in batting practice on Monday for the first time since hitting the disabled list, his injured left hand appearing to be no issue. That’s an extremely encouraging sight for the A’s, who expect Cespedes to continue taking swings in Boston before beginning a t
Yoenis Cespedes did not take any more swings or hit off a tee Sunday, but it is expected he will do so again on Monday and he will also likely take batting practice while the A’s are in Boston. If all goes well, Cespedes could be sent to Sacramento for a brief Minor League rehab assignment as ear
Yoenis Cespedes was placed on the disabled list this morning with a sprained muscle in his left hand and according to manager Bob Melvin, the hope is that he will be out only the required 15 days. Cespedes hurt the area between his thumb and index finger on the outside of the hand with an awkward
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has brushed back San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed’s formal request last week for a personal meeting to resolve issues holding up the Oakland A’s desired move to his city. And Selig in his April 4 response added that Reed’s reference in an April 2 letter to “a
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