The Athletics have been very good on the mound, but not in the batter's box this season. To address that, they should pursue these five soon-to-be free agents this winter.
The Houston Astros upgraded their pitching staff by adding Scott Kazmir to kick off what is sure to be a wild MLB trade deadline in 2015.
It's starting to look more and more like the Oakland A's will relocate in the coming years.
These five Oakland Athletics players should garner consideration for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game.
The Oakland Athletics have begun to play true Green Collar Baseball once again, which is helping them win more games.
Other MLB teams have been inquiring about the Oakland Athletics' closer Tyler Clippard, but the A's should not trade him.
In order to become a well-rounded, everyday player, the Oakland Athletics need to give Mark Canha more playing time.
The Oakland Athletics' designated hitter Billy Butler has been a disappointment so far this season.
The Oakland Athletics have a handful of young, talented starting pitchers, but Kendall Graveman will be the A's future ace.
The Oakland Athletics' new center fielder Billy Burns has been extremely impressive since being called up from Triple-A and should be a strong contender for AL Rookie of the Year.