Oakland Athletics Rumors: Should Hold to Yoenis Cespedes for Another Season
Yoenis Cespedes

Nearly every team has one player that is capable of taking their game to another level at crunch time. This is the player that other teams vow not to allow to beat them and yet it sometimes happens anyway. For […]

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OAKLAND ATHLETICS

Sam Fuld

The Oakland Athletics are making an early-season statement in 2014. On Thursday, Oakland won their fourth consecutive game sweeping the Minnesota Twins to remain atop the AL West standings. It was the ninth consecutive win for the A’s over the […]

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SonnyGray

After his second start for the Oakland Athletics, Sonny Gray appears ready to be a major contributor. The right-hander had another impressive performance on the mound to start the season and might be a breakout pitcher with the Athletics in […]

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Bob Melvin

In the bottom of the second inning between the Cleveland Indians and the Oakland Athletics, MLB suffered its first black eye in regards to expanded replay in the 2014 season. Leading 2-0 with runners at the corners, Josh Donaldson’s fielder’s choice induced […]

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Billy Beane Oakland Athletics

The San Francisco Giants own preordained territorial rights over the disgruntled Oakland Athletics, who remain bent backwards on the Bay Area’s back burner because of their glaring inability to generate MLB revenue, despite occupying a segment of the fourth largest […]

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Jarrod Parker

Jarrod Parker entered the 2013 MLB season as an intriguing right-handed pitcher with still plenty to prove to the Oakland Athletics‘ front office. Well, Parker’s second year wasn’t a dud, but the 24-year-old pitcher didn’t exactly light the American League […]

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