8:05 PM EDT, Wed April 01, 2015
San Jose Mercury News 6 hours ago

Oakland A's return with questions about outfield, bullpen, Barry Zito

Athletics' Cactus League record was best in the majors, but injuries to outfielders Coco Crisp and Josh Reddick, and closer Sean Doolittle will test team's depth when American League opens Monday against the Texas Rangers.
Oakland Tribune 11 hours ago

Oakland clears path for Coliseum City development

The Oakland City Council late Tuesday passed several key environmental and planning measures for its Coliseum City proposal, laying the groundwork for the Raiders -- or any other developer interested in the massive project -- to finally step forward and show their commitment.
Oakland Tribune 21 hours ago

Purdy: Cancel Bay Bridge series

The annual exhibition series between the Giants and A's should be canceled
San Jose Mercury News 22 hours ago

Oakland A's Coco Crisp likely headed to D.L.

Oakland A's outfielder Coco Crisp is expected to begin the season on the disabled list because of right-elbow discomfort. He would be eligible to play April 11 if the A's postdate his going on the D.L.

Crisp seems likely to start the season on the disabled list

April 11 could be a big day for the A’s. Already josh Reddick is looking at it as the day he comes off the disabled list and will be eligible to play in a Major League game. And now it… Continue Reading →
San Francisco Chronicle 23 hours ago

Coco Crisp increasingly likely to go on Oakland A’s DL

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at Tempe Diablo Stadium Manager Bob Melvin said that Coco Crisp did not come through today’s action at minor-league camp as well as hoped. Crisp, who went 0 for 3 with a walk, has not played for the A’s since March 23 because of a sore right elbow, his second stint of missing time with the same problem. On Tuesday, Melvin said, “He had some issues, a couple swings bothered him.” Because Crisp has not played in a big-league exhibition since March 27, which is the first date teams can backdate the DL, he could come off the DL on April 11, same as
San Jose Mercury News Mar 31, 2015

Girlfriend of Oakland A's pitcher Sean Doolittle tells those who want to get rid of tickets on LGBT Pride Night: We'll buy them

After seeing some negative responses on social media about the Oakland A's first ever LGBT Pride Night, Eireann Dolan, the girlfriend of A's pitcher Sean Doolittle, saw an opportunity.
Crisp tests elbow, still isn’t sure about playing in opener

Crisp tests elbow, still isn’t sure about playing in opener

Coco Crisp tested his right elbow in a camp game at the A’s Fitch Park facility down the street from Hohokam Stadium, and the results for the Oakland left fielder were, to say the least, mixed. It wasn’t so much… Continue Reading →
Oakland Tribune Mar 31, 2015

MLB Preview: The A's top trade bait

If circumstances change, A's starting pitcher Scott Kazmir could be on the move
Oakland Tribune Mar 31, 2015

MLB Preview: Five A's who must shine

For the A's to get back to the postseason, they'll need solid performaces from these five players
San Jose Mercury News Mar 31, 2015

A's play-by-play man Korach out with injured knee

Oakland A's radio play-by-play man Ken Korach will miss this week's Bay Bridge exhibition series, the first homestand against Texas and Seattle and the first road trip because of a knee injury.

Radio voice Korach on DL, will miss first homestand, road trip

The number of A’s on the disabled list has gone up by one; radio play-by-play man Ken Korach will miss this week’s Bay Bridge Series, the first homestand against Texas and Seattle and the first road trip as well. Korach,… Continue Reading →
San Jose Mercury News Mar 30, 2015
Ask our experts about the Giants and A's prospects this season

Ask our experts about the Giants and A's prospects this season

Join in the discussion as Bay Area News Group sports writers John Hickey and Carl Steward take your questions during our discussion about the Giants and A's this season. The discussion takes place Thursday at noon at AT&T Park, but your can submit questions now that may be read on the air.
San Jose Mercury News Mar 30, 2015

Oakland A's Drew Pomeranz stands out in win against Colorado Rockies

Pomeranz allows no runs in six innings; Brett Lawrie homers twice in 11-2 victory.

Latest on final Oakland A’s rotation, roster

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at Hohokam Stadium as0301New A’s Josh Phegley and shortstop Marcus Semien. Scott Strazzante/The Chronicle I’ve been writing all of this for more than a week, but because I still get asked every day, I will provide the A’s rotation and roster here for easy reference. None of this has been announced at all, but it’s all very clear that this is how things currently shake out: Rotation: Sonny Gray, Jesse Hahn, Scott Kazmir, Kendall Graveman, Drew Pomeranz.  Long reliever: Jesse Chavez. This is not in order of status but in order of schedule. The...

Athletics Player News

  • 3 Coco Crisp

    Coco Crisp

    Oakland A's Coco Crisp likely headed to D.L.

  • 2 Josh Reddick

    Josh Reddick

    Crisp seems likely to start the season on the disabled list

  • 1 Ben Zobrist

    Ben Zobrist

    Melvin has the middle of the A’s lineup all plotted out

  • 1 Sean Doolittle

    Sean Doolittle

    Oakland A's return with questions about outfield, bullpen, Barry Zito

  • 1 Mark Canha

    Mark Canha

    Oakland A’s Mark Canha showing flair for dramatic homers

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