Oakland A's: Seven Adjustments To Help Improve the Worst Offense in Baseball

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Oakland A's: Seven Adjustments To Help Improve the Worst Offense in Baseball
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With a new manager and being nine games out of first place in the AL West, the A's will have to make adjustments to the lineup and play with their 40 man roster to help spark their offense and get back into contention by the All-Star break.

In the midst of their (still) ongoing 10-game losing streak, adding players outside the organization to the roster doesn't seem to be an option at this point. 

But with a new manager, lineup adjustments and utilizing their farm system—including entertaining trades for their veterans that have value—must be considered to jump-start their woefully impotent lineup, which ranks in the bottom five of all of MLB entering Friday's action in these offensive categories: Runs (227 in 64 games), HR (35), Total Bases (755), BA (.239), OBP (.304) and SLG (.347). 

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