Oakland A’s Defy Logic, Sign Scott Kazmir to 2-Year, $22 Million Deal
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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OAKLAND ATHLETICS

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Sonny Gray was drafted by the Oakland Athletics with the 18th overall pick in the 2011 MLB First Year Player Draft. After spending less than three years in the minors, Gray made his Oakland debut on July 10, 2013 in […]

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Kendrys Morales

After signing left-handed pitcher Eric O’Flaherty to a two-year deal worth $7 million, the Oakland Athletics have added another lethal arsenal to their repertoire of arms. With their starting rotation and bullpen intact, the A’s now need to focus on […]

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Oakland Athletics

Rage no more. The Oakland Athletics and Jim Johnson have agreed to a one-year, $10 million deal to avoid arbitration. The presence of Johnson in the ninth inning transforms the A’s bullpen into the best in the game. Johnson was […]

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Oakland Athletics

In case you were still left comatose by the right arm of Justin Verlander, the Oakland Athletics have been busy this offseason. Billy Beane was once again up to his old shenanigans. With one swing of the bat, Miguel Cabrera […]

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Grant Balfour

When the Oakland Athletics‘ 2013 season came to a close, the spotlight immediately shined down upon Athletics general manager Billy Beane. Now, Oakland’s front office has been made famous over the year courtesy of the popular movie “Moneyball,” but Beane’s […]

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Billy Beane Oakland Athletics

Team GM Billy Beane had already filled most every possible need for the Oakland Athletics before the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings even started. One might think that he did very little during the week but he did. They were quiet […]

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Brett Anderson

The Colorado Rockies are one of the most confusing teams in MLB. With two franchise players under the age of 28, the Rockies should be labeled as legitimate NL West competitors each and every season, but that has hardly been […]

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