1. A's Parker Throws 30 Pitches in Simulated Game

    MESA, Ariz. -- Oakland Athletics pitcher Jarrod Parker threw two innings of a simulated game and faced hitters for the second time this spring while continuing his comeback from a second Tommy John surgery...

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  2. Rickey Henderson Tutoring Coco Crisp

    MESA, Ariz. -- Rickey Henderson, who knows a little about playing left field in the Coliseum, sees big things coming from Coco Crisp as the one-time center fielder transitions to left this season...

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  3. Scott Kazmir Has Slick Outing for A's

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  4. AZ Excited to Welcome Beane as Club Advisor

    ALKMAAR- AZ has confirmed that baseball legend Billy Beane (52) has taken up an official advisor role at AZ Alkmaar...

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  5. A's Option Top Prospects Nunez, Ravelo to Minors

    The A's optioned infielder Rangel Ravelo to Triple-A Nashville and infielder Renato Nuñez to Double-A Midland, the club announced Monday...

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  6. Oakland Athletics: No Matter What, Billy Beane Will Always Keep A's Competitive

    With the production of the film Moneyball back in 2011, Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane became a nationally known figure...

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  7. New Commissioner Manfred Sees Coliseum as Local Issue

    New Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said he didn't get a question from the A's players or staff about the state of the Oakland Coliseum when he met with them Monday morning in Hohokam Stadium...

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  8. A's Name Sonny Gray Opening Day Starter

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  9. A's Name Sonny Gray Opening Day Starter

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  10. Barry Zito - what are the odds he'll make A's rotation?

    Barry Zito looked sensational today – four innings, one hit, no runs. No walks, one strikeout – vs. a right-handed pinch hitter to end the game. And a save...

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  11. Parker Being Cautious, but Arm Continues to Feel Strong

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  12. A's Prospect Ravelo Has Successful Wrist Surgery

    The Oakland A's announced Friday that infielder Rangel Ravelo underwent successful surgery on his right wrist...

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  13. INF Ravelo Successfully Undergoes Wrist Surgery

    The # Athletics announced today that infielder Rangel Ravelo underwent successful surgery on his right wrist...

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  14. 2015 MLB Spring Training: Marcus Semien Is Turning Heads

    Spring is the perfect time for young, inexperienced players to take that next step forward into one of the game's elites...

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  15. Fired-Up Gray Pleased with 1st Start of Spring

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  16. Most Disappointing Oakland A's Players in Spring Training so Far

    Although we're only one week into spring training, there are still certain Oakland A's players we hope turn things around before the season starts. The A's have only played eight spring games so far...

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  17. Zobrist, Fuld Combine for Three RBIs Against D-Backs

    Cuban third baseman Yasmany Tomas hit his first Cactus League home run for the D-backs on Tuesday, a loud, opposite-field shot to right field off A's starter Sonny Gray, who surrendered ...

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  18. Crisp's Triceps MRI Shows No Structual Damage

    After initial x-rays returned inconclusive, an MRI on Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp's right lower triceps revealed no structural damage, tweets MLB ...

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  19. Crisp's Triceps MRI Shows No Structual Damage

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  20. Valley Fever Conquered, Ike Davis Ready for New Start with A's

    MESA, Ariz. -- A few years ago, A's first baseman Ike Davis might have taken it for granted that he would get out of bed every morning and feel ready to play a baseball game.....

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  21. Crisp Scheduled for MRI Today on Throwing Elbow; Gray, Zito Pitch Today

    Outfielder Coco Crisp will have an MRI today on his strained right lower triceps injury near his right elbow after X-rays proved inconclusive...

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  22. A's LF Crisp Listed as Day-to-Day with Triceps Strain

    SURPRISE, Ariz. -- A's outfielder Coco Crisp has joined Josh Reddick in the training room with a right lower triceps strain. He's considered day to day...

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  23. Jenkins: For A's Beane, the Game Never Ends

    In a lighthearted moment last week, Billy Beane asked his staff to scan the stands at an A's exhibition game...

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  24. A's LF Crisp Listed as Day-to-Day with Triceps Strain

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  25. Crisp Exits vs. White Sox with Elbow Discomfort

    A bout of pinkeye doesn't appear to be the only thing set to keep Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp from the lineup this spring.....

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