12:25 AM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015
Oakland Tribune 10 hours ago

Oakland A's: Coco Crisp expected to start Tuesday

Tuesday could be a make-or-break day for A's leadoff hitter Coco Crisp. The A's have him scheduled to start in left field that day against the Angels. If he's in the lineup, there's a good chance he'll be ready to start the season.
If Crisp can play Tuesday, then he should start opening day

If Crisp can play Tuesday, then he should start opening day

Tuesday could be a make-or-break day for A’s leadoff hitter Coco Crisp. The A’s have him scheduled to start in left field that day against the Angels. If he’s in the lineup, there’s a good chance he’ll be ready to… Continue Reading →
Athletics Nation Mar 26, 2015

Catching up on Oakland A's injuries: Josh Reddick, Coco Crisp, Sean Doolittle, etc.

Mostly good news coming out of Athletics camp, at least in terms of the opening day roster. It's been a little while since we last ran down the Oakland Athletics injury list. Let's take a look at what appears to be mostly good news coming out of A's camp. The short version: Josh Reddick and Coco Crisp should be good for opening day, Sean Doolittle continues to make progress towards not missing too much of the regular season, Sam Fuld is back playing in games after getting hit in the jaw by a thrown baseball at first base, Jarrod Parker and A.J. Griffin are still looking at mid-season to...
San Jose Mercury News Mar 17, 2015

Rickey Henderson tutoring Coco Crisp

Rickey Henderson is in the Oakland A's spring training camp to help Coco Crisp in his transition from center field to left field
Athletics Nation Mar 9, 2015

Oakland A's injury updates: Coco Crisp day to day with lower triceps strain

Also, updates on Athletics catcher Stephen Vogt and starting pitcher Sean Nolin. Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp has a lower triceps strain that will keep him out of spring games for at least Monday and Tuesday, according to MLB.com's Jane Lee. He is considered day-to-day beyond then. Crisp exited Sunday's game against the Chicago White Sox after the second inning with "what he described as elbow soreness." Billy Burns is the listed left fielder for today's game against the Rangers in Surprise at 1:00 PM PDT/MST, which is a 100-mile round trip from the A's training facility in...

A’s lineup vs. Giants today; thoughts on Crisp’s shift

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at Hohokam Park Here’s today’s lineup – which includes a last scratch. Matt Olson is now at DH for Billy Butler, who is out with a stomach ailment. New #Athletics lineup no Butler: pic.twitter.com/aIHwSYu13K — Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) March 4, 2015 Today’s significant news is the decision to shift Coco Crisp to left field. He’s played 232 games there, including all of spring and the first month and a half of 2012, and manager Bob Melvin said Crisp has continued to take balls there on days off. So this isn’t a dramatic brand-new...
Oakland Tribune Mar 4, 2015

A's moving Coco Crisp to left field

The A's are changing the basic structure of their outfield defense, manager Bob Melvin announcing Wednesday morning that Coco Crisp is moving to left field
Athletics Nation Mar 4, 2015

Oakland A's move Coco Crisp to left field for 2015

The Athletics will platoon Sam Fuld and Craig Gentry in center field. Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin informed reporters in Mesa that Coco Crisp will play left field in 2015. Sam Fuld and Craig Gentry will platoon in center field. MLB.com's Jane Lee tweets the move is an "attempt to help keep [Crisp] healthy." The San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser expands: Melvin has spoken to Crisp about the move, which is intended to keep him healthier. Crisp had questions about it but is on board with plan. — Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) March 4, 2015 CSN's Joe Stiglich...
A’s hoping Crisp’s time out due to pinkeye will be short; Muncy’s RBI single drives in only run of intrasquad game

A’s hoping Crisp’s time out due to pinkeye will be short; Muncy’s RBI single drives in only run of intrasquad game

The A’s are looking at being without Coco Crisp for Tuesday’s start of the Cactus League season after the center fielder missed Saturday’s workout having come down with a case of pinkeye. “He wasn’t here today; we hope he’ll be… Continue Reading →
Oakland Tribune Feb 28, 2015

A's outfielder Coco Crisp has pinkeye, will miss a few days

Oakland A's center fielder Coco Crisp has had pinkeye before, he was sidelined for more than a week in 2012.
A’s lose Coco Crisp for the short term with case of pinkeye

A’s lose Coco Crisp for the short term with case of pinkeye

  The A’s were without Coco Crisp Saturday on photo day and the center fielder could miss a few more days of spring training after having come down with a case of pinkeye. The hope is that Crisp, who missed… Continue Reading →

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  • 2

    Scott Kazmir

    Kazmir seems ready for season to start after dominating Sox

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