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A’s are coo coo over return to health of Coco

A’s are coo coo over return to health of Coco

It’s a little curious, isn’t it, that in a season where injuries have washed over the A’s more than at any other time in the last four decades, Coco Crisp is the model of health. Crisp was in and out… Continue Reading → The post A’s are coo coo over return to health of Coco appeared first on Inside the As.
Athletics Nation May 30, 2016

Game Thread #52: A's vs. Twins (2)

We're heading to the bottom of the fifth, with the Twins on top 2-1. Coco Crisp led off the contest with a screaming fly ball, that somehow managed to scrap over the right field wall for a solo-shot -- putting the A's up one to nothing. Then the Twins rallied back for a point of their own -- thanks to an RBI single from Juan Centeno. Brian Dozier followed with an RBI sac-fly in the fifth, which saw Crisp and Chris Coghlan collide on a routine play. At this moment they both appear fine, but we'll keep you updated as the game moves along.
Lookout Landing May 26, 2016

The Rime of the Unsung Mariner

In Which I Once Again Praise Michael Paul Montgomery I have made the case before in this space to put Mike Montgomery into high-leverage situations. Tuesday night Scott Servais did just that, lifting Nick Vincent to put the lefty in against Coco Crisp in the sixth inning with the bases loaded and two outs with Oakland clinging to a one-run lead. I would like to tell you that MiMo shut it down, proving himself the reliable, lockdown reliever I believe him to be. That did not happen. So this is not a great pitch. 94 mph, middle-middle, Mike challenged Coco with the fastball...
Lookout Landing May 26, 2016

Lookout Linkage, 5/26/16

News and stories about the Seattle Mariners and other analysis from around the league. Hello folks! Today is an off-day which is sad. But have we got just the cure for you! Only the latest and greatest of stories from around baseball: LL's own Patrick Dubuque wrote a basebaLL-themed post on The Hardball Times that you should check out. Jeff Sullivan notices some changes in Leonys Martin's approach. Former M's farmhand Ty Kelly is getting his chance to shine in the bigs with the Mets. Nomar Mazara hit baseball's longest home run of the season. Crawfish Boxes wonders what it would take...
Coco Crisp is back as an everyday player for A’s

Coco Crisp is back as an everyday player for A’s

The A’s have struggled to find any kind of identity this year, and the struggle continued when Oakland bullpen couldn’t hold off the first-place Mariners, who rallied for two-run homers in the eighth and ninth to escape with a 6-5… Continue Reading → The post Coco Crisp is back as an everyday player for A’s appeared first on Inside the As.
Athletics Nation May 24, 2016

Game Thread #47: A's at Mariners (2)

To the top of the sixth we go, the A's are down only 2-1 in spite of a less than stellar Graveman start. Coco Crisp has the A's on the board thanks to another solo dinger. Let's rally!
Oakland Tribune May 23, 2016
Photos: Oakland A's star Coco Crisp selling palatial SoCal mansion

Photos: Oakland A's star Coco Crisp selling palatial SoCal mansion

A's outfielder Coco Crisp is selling his mansion in Rancho Mirage, Calif. for $9.995 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Athletics Nation May 10, 2016

Oakland A's outfield by the numbers: Josh Reddick's record hit streak

Times are tough for the Oakland A's. The starting rotation is falling apart with each passing day, the bullpen is already tired in early May, and two starting infielders left Monday's game with injuries. So, let's talk about the outfield instead. Except for Mark Canha, because he just went on the disabled list as well. I told you times were tough. Therefore, our outfielders for today's post will include Josh Reddick, Billy Burns, Coco Crisp, and Khris Davis. Josh Reddick, RF | 8 That's the number of consecutive at-bats in which he recorded a hit last weekend, which tied an A's franchise...
CSN New England May 10, 2016

Lions sign A’Shawn Robinson, wrapping up draft class

The Lions entire 10-player draft class is under contract. Second-round defensive tackle AShawn Robinson signed today, the Lions announced. Robinson was the only player who hadnt signed yet. Lions G.M. Bob Quinn said this week on PFT Live that the team was pleasantly surprised Robinson was still available with Detroits second-round pick, No. 46 overall.
CSN New England May 10, 2016

Danny Amendola practically couldn’t wait to take his pay cut

The Patriots are able to keep a talented cast around Tom Brady for many reasons, but right up there near the top has been their ability to get their players to assume the position. Wide receiver Danny Amendola was the latest to say Thank you sir, may I have another, taking a huge pay cut
The Republican May 10, 2016
Hanley Ramirez doesn't like Coco Crisp messing up his dirt, asserts dominance over basepath (video)

Hanley Ramirez doesn't like Coco Crisp messing up his dirt, asserts dominance over basepath (video)

After spending the 2015 season in a Fenway Park left field that rejected him like a bad kidney donation, Hanley Ramirez has been right at home at first base for the Boston Red Sox this year. So much so, in fact, that he's not going to let opposing players mess with his turf.
CSN New England May 10, 2016

Third time’s a charm: Houda back to Detroit, this time as assistant coach

Had two stints with the Red Wings during his 17-year playing career.
Athletics Nation May 9, 2016

Game Thread #33: A's at Red Sox (2)

I thought that inning would never end! I wasn't concerned about Sonny before, but I am now. The A's trail the Red Sox 7-4 heading into the top of the fifth. Josh Reddick and Josh Phegley put Oakland on the board with infield groundouts in the first and second. Coco Crisp joined the party with a two-out RBI single shortly after; and Khris Davis snuck a homer over the Green Monster. Boston tagged their first run of the game on a wild-pitch in the second; followed by a Travis Shaw double, which cut the A's lead in half. Jackie Bradley Jr. slapped a single up the middle and two runs managed to...

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