Oakland Athletics Rumors: Jed Lowrie Trade Would Work Well
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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OAKLAND ATHLETICS

Jesse Chavez

Even though the bullpen collapsed in the bottom of the ninth, the starting pitcher sure was good. This afternoon in Minnesota, Oakland Athletics pitcher Jesse Chavez had a solid start against the Minnesota Twins, and proved that he might deserve […]

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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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Scott Kazmir

Despite the ups and downs of the small market, there has always been one thing that has been true for the Oakland Athletics: pitching is king. The offense may not always come through for the A’s, but they are a […]

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Yoenis Cespedes

It has been a quiet offseason like usual for the Oakland Athletics. Aside from a semi-large trade for closer Jim Johnson and the departure of cogs like Grant Balfour and Bartolo Colon; this winter has been somewhat of a bore for […]

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