8:28 AM EDT, Sat October 10, 2015
Oakland Athletics Rumors & News
Oakland Tribune Oct 8, 2015
Pitcher Michael Nolan, 23, died Thursday after being shot in the head last month, according to media reports. Nolan was drafted by the Oakland A's in 2014 and was a member of the club's rookie-league team in Phoenix.
San Jose Mercury News Oct 7, 2015
In a whirlwind day for Oakland sports, the city got a thumbs up from Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and the Warriors resolved a major obstacle in their bid to move to San Francisco. Meanwhile speculation at the NFL owner's meeting centered on the Raiders possibly being left out of Los Angeles.
Oakland Tribune Oct 7, 2015
Ross' love of Oakland and his love of sports intertwined to help bring and nurture professional sports franchises to the Oakland Coliseum
Oakland Tribune Oct 6, 2015
After losing a long and winding fight to bring baseball to the heart of downtown, San Jose leaders are closing the chapter and mending the battle wounds by focusing on downtown development opportunities without the failed stadium project.
The Supreme Court's rejection to hear San Jose's antitrust case puts the ball back in Oakland's court regarding the A's pursuit of a ballpark.
Inside the A's | Oakland Tribune Oct 5, 2015
Playing on the reality of a 94-loss season was the reality that unpleasant fantasy in the minds of some Oakland fans that the A’s would opt this off-season to trade the few “name’’ players they have left. It wasn’t an… Continue Reading →
Oakland A's owner Lew Wolff names Billy Beane executive vice president of baseball operations; promotes David Forst to general manager.
Oakland Tribune Oct 5, 2015
U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear San Jose's antitrust case against Major League Baseball, dealing what might be fatal blow in city's long-stalled effort to lure the Oakland A's to the South Bay
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from San Jose in the northern California city's bid to lure baseball's Athletics from Oakland.
For a Rule 5 player, Mark Canha proved to be an amazing find for the Oakland A’s this year. Rule 5 players are those left off the winter 40-man rosters and left exposed to a draft at the winter meetings… Continue Reading →
San Jose Mercury News Oct 4, 2015
Oakland A's season-ending loss to Seattle Mariners is their 35th one-run defeat
Pat Venditte said he wasn’t willing to say that Saturday three perfect innings of relief was it for his 2015 season in which he became the first full-time switch pitcher in baseball history. He held out hope that he would… Continue Reading →
If Pat Venditte’s relief appearance Saturday was his last appearance of the year for the A’s – and given that it was three innings in Oakland’s 13-inning, 7-5 win over Seattle it should be – then he’s going out on… Continue Reading →
Inside the A's | Oakland Tribune Oct 3, 2015
A’s reliever Drew Pomeranz has heard the recommendation that he should have clavicle resection procedure to clear up problems in his left shoulder. Oakland shut Pomeranz down the last week of with AC joint problems in his left shoulder. A… Continue Reading →
Athletics Player News
Jays critical of replay, strike zone after loss
Thor'sLinks: Halos un-earn way out of WC spot
VIDEO: A's score first on Angels' sloppy fielding
Game #148: Danny Valencia powers Oakland A's past Astros 4-3
Nolin’s audition still a work in progress