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Aug 28, 2014
Rotoworld
Sam Fuld went 3-for-5 and hit a two-run homer in the top of the ninth as the A's beat the Astros 5-4 on Wednesday.
Aug 27, 2014
KFFL
Oakland Athletics OF Sam Fuld (knee) is starting in center field and batting second Wednesday, ...
Aug 26, 2014
KFFL
Oakland Athletics OF Sam Fuld (knee) is available off the bench Tuesday, Aug. 26, according ...
Rotoworld Aug 28, 2014

Sam Fuld homers to lead A's - Sam Fuld (OF) Oakland Athletics

Sam Fuld went 3-for-5 and hit a two-run homer in the top of the ninth as the A's beat the Astros 5-4 on Wednesday.
KFFL Aug 27, 2014

Athletics | Sam Fuld in lineup

Oakland Athletics OF Sam Fuld (knee) is starting in center field and batting second Wednesday, ...
KFFL Aug 26, 2014

Athletics | Sam Fuld available

Oakland Athletics OF Sam Fuld (knee) is available off the bench Tuesday, Aug. 26, according ...
KFFL Aug 25, 2014

Athletics | Sam Fuld has knee pain

Oakland Athletics OF Sam Fuld (knee) worked out Monday, Aug. 25, but he's still having ...

A’s will lean to the right against Angels (again)

A’s manager Bob Melvin joked that he arrived at the ballpark late today and, squeezed for time, figured he might as well use the same lineup he did Friday night. Don’t believe it for a second. The A’s don’t do things randomly. Not at all. They will start eight right-handed hitters against Angels lefty C.J. Wilson tonight at the Coliseum, just as they started eight righties in Friday night’s 5-3 victory (when Los Angeles started another lefty, Hector Santiago). And the only left-handed hitter in the lineup, Sam Fuld, is unconventional: He historically has a higher batting average...
Ex-Twin Sam Fuld 'comfortable' back in Oakland

Ex-Twin Sam Fuld 'comfortable' back in Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Getting traded is tough enough on the adults involved, but just imagine the repercussions on the young children of professional athletes.

Twinsights: Sam Fuld not in the lineup after slow start for Oakland A’s

OAKLAND -- Sam Fuld had played in all six games for the Oakland A's since they reacquired him from the Twins for left-hander Tommy Milone. So, naturally, with the Twins in town today to open a four-game series against the team with baseball's best record -- since June 18 and counting -- Fuld is sitting. With Coco Crisp healthy and back in center, the A's have the option of flipping all-star outfielder/first baseman Brandon Moss over to left, which is what they're doing tonight against Twins right-hander Yohan Pino. In six games with the A's, Fuld has gone 5 for 23 (.217) with a .280 o......
DRaysBay Aug 5, 2014
Rays vs. Oakland, game 1 recap: Alex Cobb shaky, Balfour shakier

Rays vs. Oakland, game 1 recap: Alex Cobb shaky, Balfour shakier

It's so late. You knew how this was going to end as soon Grant Balfour walked onto the field in the bottom of the tenth inning, greeted by cheering Oaklanders brandishing "Balfour Rage" signs. They remembered the good times. These are not the good times. In a half-inning that seemingly took forever, Sam Fuld singled up the middle and then stole second base (his second steal of the night). John Jaso walked. Josh Donaldson walked. And while  Balfour managed to strike out Brandon Moss in front of a five-man infield, allowing Rays fans who still cared to exhale, the next batter, his old...

Derek Norris single off Grant Balfour gives A’s a weird win in 10

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at the Coliseum Things got a little weird at the Coliseum in the 10th inning on Monday. Former A’s closer Grant Balfour made his first appearance in Oakland since leaving as a free agent and the field-field fans went just as bonkers with the Balfour Rage as eve. Then, an opossum wandered onto the field. Tampa manager Joe Maddon was ejected. And during all of this,  former Rays outfielder Sam Fuld singled and stole second, then Balfour walked John Jaso and Josh Donaldson before Derek Norris bounced a two-out single past shortstop to give Oakland a...
Twinkie Town Aug 2, 2014
Tommy Milone's role with the Twins going forward

Tommy Milone's role with the Twins going forward

What will the Twins do with Tommy Milone? Tommy Milone is a 27-year old left-hander who gets by on moxie. The career strikeout rate of 17.2% is downright Deduno-ish and the command isn't edging into the Carlos-Silva-of 2005 vicinity, so Milone's upside is fairly limited. But here's what makes him such a great get for Sam Fuld: he's a cost-controlled starter who will give the Twins 180 innings from the back of the rotation. The Twins have stashed Milone in Triple-A, as Minnesota's big league rotation of Phil Hughes, Kyle Gibson, Yohan Pino, Kevin Correia, and Logan Darnell will continue...
AaronGleeman.com Aug 1, 2014

Twins trade Sam Fuld for Tommy Milone, sign Kurt Suzuki to extension

This year's otherwise hectic and blockbuster-filled trade deadline came and went yesterday afternoon without a big splash from the Twins, but they did make one trade and one non-trade by sending outfielder Sam Fuld to the A's for left-hander Tommy Milone and signing catcher Kurt Suzuki to a two-year, $12 million contract extension with a […]

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