OAKLAND ATHLETICS

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On Monday it looked like the big trade news was going to be the Washington Nationals acquiring Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers in exchange for three prospects. The move could turn out to be a steal for the Nats. […]

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Scott Kazmir

The Oakland Athletics signed 29-year-old lefty Scott Kazmir to a two-year, $22 million deal on Monday, pending a successful physical exam. But why? Last season, the veteran pitcher returned to MLB after basically sitting out two seasons due to injuries and a lack of production […]

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Jed Lowrie

The Pittsburgh Pirates and Oakland Athletics are two small market teams that have fought the good fight against the large market teams for quite some time with varying success; could the two teams agree on a trade that helps both […]

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What Does Oakland Athletics’ Josh Reddick Look Like Without a Beard

It’s no secret that Oakland Athletics right fielder Josh Reddick was a huge fan of his beard. The reason I say was is because the huge beard no longer exists, at least not in its previously epic form. That’s what […]

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Jed Lowrie

It was just last offseason that the Oakland Athletics traded away a few players including Chris Carter for shortstop Jed Lowrie, then of the Houston Astros. Lowrie proved this season that he was an asset at shortstop and could handle […]

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Josh Donaldson

Oakland Athletics third baseman Josh Donaldson is one of the best players in baseball, but since he plays in Oakland, it almost seems like the casual baseball fan wouldn’t know who he is. With the way the major media outlets […]

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Should Oakland Athletics Re-Sign Grant Balfour

There is no question Oakland Athletics closer Grant Balfour will be expected to earn a decent contract in free agency this winter. With that being said, the Athletics must seriously consider bringing him back. The fact is Balfour was a […]

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Billy Beane

Some decades ago a Major League Baseball team could be built around a core of great players and sustained until those players needed to be replaced. Money was going their way but there wasn’t a continuous exodus of good players […]

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