6:13 AM EDT, Sat October 25, 2014
AL West Rumors & News
The Mariners won just 184 of 427 games in Spokane, but hey, at least one of them had a really killer suntan. The Mariners had only spent a year in San Jose when general manager Joe Gagliardi sent them packing. By September of 1978, the M's had signed a two-year player development contract with the Spokane Indians, who were in the process of dropping a two-year affiliation with the Milwaukee Brewers. No team had stuck with the Indians for more than three seasons since the Los Angeles Dodgers showed up in Washington for a 15-year stay, and the Mariners wouldn't be the next club to break...
Tacoma News-Tribune 4 hours ago
Club wants to add a pitcher before next season — but as insurance; rotation already tentatively in place…
San Jose Mercury News 10 hours ago
Oakland A's have openings for a bench coach and hitting coach; Mike Aldrete or Alan Trammell could be two of the leading candidates for manager Bob Melvin's staff.
Los Angeles Times 11 hours ago
Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at email@example.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes.
Seattle Times 11 hours ago
Minor league baseball information Kelly Munro guru and her buddies in the Mariners baseball information department have released the season in review publication for the Seattle minor league system.
Seattle Times 11 hours ago
The good, hard-working folks of the Mariners' baseball information office have released their season in review publication. It's lots of information from the 2014 season on the team and players, featuring interesting nuggets of information.
Inside the A's | Oakland Tribune 12 hours ago
Kirk Gibson, who had been thought to be on the short list as the next bench coach of the Oakland A’s, will not be heading to Oakland, sources told this newspaper Friday. Gibson, a longtime friend of A’s manager Bob… Continue Reading →
The Astros have poached another Bird. General manager Jeff Luhnow will add Charlie Gonzalez, a Florida-based scout for the St. Louis Cardinals, as a special assistant, according to a person familiar with the hiring. Contracts around baseball typically expire Oct. 31, making Nov. 1 Gonzalez’s expected start date. Gonzalez was responsible for scouting 41st rounder […]
Texas Rangers Blog | Dallas Morning News 19 hours ago
Teodoro Martinez, an outfielder in the Texas Rangers’ organization, extended his good start in the Venezuelan winter league on Thursday night. Martinez, hitting leadoff, had two hits for Aragua in an 11-5 win over Lara. Martinez is hitting .389 with …
Texas Rangers Blog | ESPN Dallas 21 hours ago
We conclude our daily series on breaking down the Texas Rangers position by position with a look at the catchers. Catchers: Robinson Chirinos and Tomas Telis Most productive: Chirinos Least productive: J.P. Arencibia Stat of Note: Geovany Soto, the projected No. 1 catcher in 2014, played 10 games. Outlook: Before you get excited about Jorge Alfaro, one of the top minor-league prospects in the system, he won't be playing in Arlington in 2015.
Oakland Tribune Oct 23, 2014
Oakland A's first baseman/outfielder Brandon Moss won't need the more extensive microfracture surgery and could be ready for the start of spring training.
Inside the A's | Oakland Tribune Oct 23, 2014
Brandon Moss will need about three months before he can start running again after having surgery on his right hip Tuesday. He’ll spend the next month on partial weight-bearing crutches after Dr. Thomas Byrd repaired a torn labrum as well… Continue Reading →
Orange County Register Oct 23, 2014
Albert Pujols, a two-time Gold Glove winner at first base who hasn't won the award since 2010, was named Thursday as one of three finalists for the award this year. Right fielder Kole Calhoun was also named as a finalist. Center fielder Mike Trout...
San Jose Mercury News Oct 23, 2014
The Oakland baseball club and its long-time Silicon Valley suitor have agreed on a deal that will extend negotiations on a new ballpark for up to another seven years as San Jose tries to win approval from the courts or the MLB for the A's move south.