Oakland Athletics Do Have Close Options if Grant Balfour Leaves
Grant Balfour

It has been said, and rightly so, that the Oakland Athletics really need to re-sign Bartolo Colon and Grant Balfour. Both of these players would be great returning players for the A’s in 2014 but there is a large difference […]

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OAKLAND ATHLETICS

Sonny Gray

Starter Sonny Gray was given the no. 1 spot in the Oakland Athletics rotation after Jarrod Parker went down for the season with Tommy John surgery. Gray, at 24 years old, is already firing like a no. 1 starter and should […]

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Robinson Cano

The Seattle Mariners looked like an offensive powerhouse earlier this season after scoring 26 runs in a three-game sweep of the Los Angeles Angels, but the bats have been all but silent since. The Mariners were shut down again Sunday […]

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Kazmir

The approach to player acquisition used by the Oakland Athletics has always been a bit different. And while much of that focus has been on how the A’s select offensive players, Oakland took a calculated risk this offseason by acquiring […]

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Nick Punto

The story of the Oakland Athletics is well documented in the New York Times Bestselling book and later major motion picture  “Money Ball.” It’s basically the story of a small baseball market that dared to think outside the proverbial box […]

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During the offseason, the Oakland A’s bolstered their bullpen greatly headlined by the trade that brought over closer Jim Johnson from the Baltimore Orioles. Preseason ranks also had the A’s among the top-5 bullpens in the league for 2014. In […]

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