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Semien’s dive and glove flip shows the progress he’s making

Semien’s dive and glove flip shows the progress he’s making

For the night, it wound up not meaning much. But Marcus Semien’s ability to start a double play in the fourth inning suggested that whatever else is happening with the A’s, he is continuing to make progress on his defense.… Continue Reading →
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VIDEO: Semien's glove flip starts a double play

Marcus Semien has been the best shortstop in the field this season. Actually, according to Fangraphs, Semien has been the worst in baseball, of qualified short stops. Semien's 32 errors lead all of baseball by nine, but his flip of the glove tonight...
Diminutive Dull most unlikely of promoted A’s to be here; Pridie and Ladendorf could give lineup some options

Diminutive Dull most unlikely of promoted A’s to be here; Pridie and Ladendorf could give lineup some options

Outfielder Jason Pridie remembers the first time he met right-handed reliever Ryan Dull in the clubhouse of the Nashville Sounds just over a month ago. “I looked at him and thought he was the batboy,’’ Pridie said. Pridie and Dull… Continue Reading →

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Oakland Tribune Aug 25, 2015

Kephart: Even odds for new Raiders stadium Coliseum City development

Despite growing pessimism about his ability to nail down a $4 billion development deal including a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders, Floyd Kephart said he still had even odds to get the deal done
San Jose Mercury News Aug 25, 2015

A's roll after another seven-run inning

Oakland scores seven in an inning for second day in a row, beats Mariners
Unsurprised Gallego fired; surprised Wash to coach third

Unsurprised Gallego fired; surprised Wash to coach third

Mike Gallego said he was prepared for the phone call he got from A’s manager Bob Melvin Monday morning saying that Gallego was no longer Oakland’s third base coach. He’d been preparing for it at some level since the A’s… Continue Reading →

Oakland Athletics promote former Rangers manager Ron Washington to third-base coach

Former Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington works with his new club, the Oakland Athletics, during batting practice before the Rangers-Athletics … [visit site to read more]
Oakland Tribune Aug 24, 2015

A's fire third base coach Mike Gallego; Ron Washington takes over

Oakland A's announce that Ron Washington will coach third for the remainder of the 2015 season
Oakland Tribune Aug 23, 2015

A's-Mariners matchups

Pitchers for three-game series at Safeco Field
With Davis on DL, Canha finally has a position of his own

With Davis on DL, Canha finally has a position of his own

With first baseman Ike Davis off to the disabled list and facing surgery Thursday that will have him out for the year, the A’s have finally found a job, a full-time job, for Mark Canha. The Rule 5 infielder got… Continue Reading →
Oakland Tribune Aug 23, 2015

A's win with seven-run seventh against Rays

Doolittle struggles in return, but the A's pick him up by scoring seven runs in the seventh inning.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 23, 2015

A's win with seven-run seventh against Rays

The Oakland A's score seven runs in the seventh inning and defeat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-2
Doubront not looking to repeat six-walk performance; Valencia still hurting, but he says he’s good enough to play

Doubront not looking to repeat six-walk performance; Valencia still hurting, but he says he’s good enough to play

Felix Doubront surprised some A’s watchers his last time out, allowing just one hit while walking six last Tuesday against the Dodgers. The left-handed starting pitcher was as surprised as anyone. He’d only walks six batters all season in 33.1… Continue Reading →
Oakland Tribune Aug 23, 2015

Rays 5, A's 4: Sonny Gray pitches well over eight innings, but Oakland's relievers can't hold on

Gray, in contention for the AL Cy Young Award, is unable to pick up his 13th victory
For some reason, A’s hitters can’t go to bat for Bassitt

For some reason, A’s hitters can’t go to bat for Bassitt

Look at Chris Bassitt’s 1-5 record and you’d think he was just another rookie stumbling to get his bearings his first months around the big boys. Look at Bassitt’s ERA, 2.31, and you might think again. He’s unlucky, not floundering.… Continue Reading →
Oakland Tribune Aug 22, 2015

Rays hold off A's 2-1; Doolittle to return Saturday

Oakland rally fizzles in ninth; Bassitt takes another hard-luck loss

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