1. Oakland Has Backing of MLB but Stadium Deal Still Far from Done

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 32 reads 0 comments

  2. Projecting the Oakland A's 2015 Opening Day Roster

    Once spring training is all said and done, the Oakland A's will roll out a 25-man roster nearly 40 percent different than the 2014 version. Of course, it's hard to know exactly how an Opening Day roster in April will look two full months ahead...

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  3. Congratulations to Sonny Gray and His Girlfriend on Becoming New Parents!

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  4. A's Expect Arbitration Hearings for Clippard, Parker

    The A's anticipate going to arbitration hearings to determine the 2015 salaries for starting pitcher Jarrod Parker and reliever Tyler Clippard...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 81 reads 0 comments

  5. Crisp, Reddick to Anchor A's Outfield

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  6. Why Trading Yunel Escobar Was the Oakland Athletics' Best Move of the Offseason

    Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane has had the busiest offseason of any GM, making nine trades involving 27 players in total...

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  7. 7 Reasons Why the A's Will Win the AL West in 2015

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  8. Athletics Avoid Arbitration with Fernando Abad

    The Athletics have avoided arbitration with lefty Fernando Abad, MLBTR has learned. He will earn $1,087,500 for the coming season, his first of arbitration eligibility, and can also achieve award bonuses in the deal...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 1 month ago 120 reads 0 comments

  9. A's, Abad Agree on 1-Year Contract

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  10. A's Closer Doolittle to Miss Start of Season

    # Athletics announce that Doolittle has slight rotator cuff tear in throwing shoulder. He'll miss start of season...

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  11. Report: A's, Sogard Settle at $1.075M for 2015

    Utility infielder Eric Sogard and the A's have avoided arbitration with a one-year, $1.075 million contract...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 1 month ago 34 reads 0 comments

  12. Report: A's, Sogard Settle at $1.075M for 2015

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  13. Athletics Offseason: Billy Beane's Ever-Evolving Roster Puzzle

    Constructing a Major League Baseball roster is like playing a game of chess. You have to be calculating and plan your maneuvers a few steps in advance and there are horses and ... wait, no, that's not right...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 251 reads 0 comments

  14. A's Catcher Vogt Nearly Recovered from Foot Surgery

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 1 month ago 446 reads 0 comments

  15. Predictions for Each Top Offseason Acquisition's Career with Oakland A's

    After a crazy offseason, the Oakland A's have a completely new infield, designated hitter and much more. But how effective will the new pieces be? How long will they keep Oakland competitive? ...

    Nick Houser Written by Nick Houser about 1 month ago 1,818 reads 0 comments

  16. Oakland Athletics: Biggest Winners and Losers from the Offseason

    The Oakland Athletics ' offseason has been...busy, to say the least. After a myriad of moves, fans and analysts continue to debate whether the A's will remain contenders or fail to finish above ...

    Nick Houser Written by Nick Houser about 1 month ago 1,721 reads 0 comments

  17. Oakland Athletics' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    Addison Russell was viewed as the only potential star in Oakland's farm system headed into 2014, but that obviously changed when he was dealt in early July to the Cubs in the Jeff Samardzija -Jason Hammel trade...

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  18. A's, Rays Could Ride Overhauled Rosters to Postseason

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  19. Athletics Avoid Arbitration with Five Players

    The Oakland Athletics avoided arbitration with Ryan Cook, Sam Fuld, Craig Gentry, Brett Lawrie, and Josh Reddick, signing one-year deals with all of them, the club announced on Twitter...

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  20. Athletics, Craig Gentry Avoid Arbitration on Thursday

    The Athletics have avoided arbitration with outfielder Craig Gentry on Thursday, according to FoxSports.com...

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  21. Craig Gentry Agrees with A's at $1.6 Million

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  22. San Jose's Lawsuit over MLB Antitrust Exemption Gets Stopped in Its Tracks

    The ruling just about closes the book on the A's gaining territorial rights to Santa Clara County via the court system...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 1 month ago 983 reads 0 comments

  23. San Jose Loses on Its Appeal to Have MLB's Antitrust Exemption Set Aside

    It's been a long time coming — the trial court decision came in October 2013 — but the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has just ruled against San Jose in its effort to get Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption set aside...

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  24. Escobar Trade Reflects A's Faith in Semien

    The ever-changing nature of the A's roster continued Wednesday, as recently acquired shortstop Yunel Escobar was dealt to the Washington Nationals for right-handed reliever Tyler Clippard...

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  25. The Athletics Trade a Shortstop for a Reliever | FanGraphs Baseball

    On the face of it, trading a shortstop for a reliever seems like a bad idea. Especially when the shortstop is under team control for a year longer...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 1 month ago 114 reads 0 comments