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Oakland Tribune Oct 18, 2014

Oakland: New investor on board for Coliseum City

The Oakland City Council on Tuesday will discuss extending negotiations with a development team that has brought aboard in new investor who will take the lead in trying to build new sports stadiums at the site of O.Co Coliseum and the Oracle Arena.

Chili Davis interviews with Yankees, Red Sox next

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at AT&T Park It’s pretty safe to assume the A’s will be looking for a new hitting coach soon: Chili Davis interviewed for the Yankees’ open spot today, he tells me, and he’s heading to Boston tomorrow to interview with the Red Sox. Davis, of course, played for the Yankees, and he seems as if he would be an excellent fit there. He was Boston’s Triple-A hitting coach before coming to Oakland before the 2012 season. Needless to say, the two behemoths of the AL East typically pay their coaches more than other teams do, and it’s very unlikely...
Oakland Tribune Oct 15, 2014

A's Vogt recuperating from foot surgery

Oakland A's catcher Stephen Vogt is scheduled for a post-surgery checkup Thursday, then will fly back from Los Angeles to Washington state to begin six to eight weeks of recovery; Vogt had Dr. Kenneth Jung repair the plantar plates in his right foot Tuesday.
Foot surgery a success, Vogt looks to recover by December

Foot surgery a success, Vogt looks to recover by December

A’s catcher Stephen Vogt is scheduled for a post-surgery checkup Thursday, then will fly back from Los Angeles to Washington State to begin six-to-eight weeks of recovery. Vogt had Dr. Kenneth Jung repair the plantar plates in his right foot… Continue Reading →

Rangers interested in Chili Davis

The Texas Rangers are preparing for possible changes within the coaching staff and have expressed interest in Oakland Athletics hitting coach Chili Davis. The Rangers have yet to interview Davis because their own hitting coach, Dave Magadan, is still under contract. But Rangers officials have told the coaching staff to seek other jobs until a manager is hired. Davis has spent the last three seasons with the Athletics and there is competition for his services.
Oakland Tribune Oct 14, 2014

A's hitting coach Chili Davis is candidate for same job with Yankees

New York Yankees are looking for a new batting coach, and Chili Davis of the Oakland A's will interview for the position.
Yankees to interview Chili Davis for vacant batting coach slot

Yankees to interview Chili Davis for vacant batting coach slot

Chili Davis, the A’s hitting coach the last three seasons, will fly to New York in the near future for an interview with the Yankees about taking the vacant job in the Bronx, this newspaper has learned. Davis, who spent… Continue Reading →
Hale to be DBacks manager; a look at A’s coaching options

Hale to be DBacks manager; a look at A’s coaching options

Longtime A’s bench coach Chip Hale will be named manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks later today, multiple media reports said Monday morning. Hale spent the last three seasons with the A’s under manager Bob Melvin and has been looked at… Continue Reading →
Sacramento Bee Oct 13, 2014

Diamondbacks hire A's bench coach Hale as manager

The Arizona Diamondbacks have hired Oakland Athletics bench coach Chip Hale as their next manager.

Chip Hale set to become Arizona’s manager today

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser A’s  bench coach Chip Hale, 49, will be announced as the Diamondbacks new manager later today, according to numerous reports this morning. This will be the first big-league manager’s job for Hale, who will being enormous enthusiasm and energy to the job along with detailed preparation. Hale, who was born in San Jose and attended Campolindo High School, was a star at the University of Arizona and still lives in Tucson in the offseason. A top candidate to replace Hale: St. Louis Cardinals bench coach Mike Aldrete, who is friends with (and a former...
San Jose Mercury News Oct 13, 2014

Reports: A's bench coach Chip Hale hired as new Diamondbacks manager

The Arizona Diamondbacks are set to announce Monday that Oakland A's bench coach Chip Hale is their new manager, USA Today reported
Sacramento Bee Oct 10, 2014

A's Stephen Vogt, Brandon Moss set for surgeries

Oakland Athletics catcher Stephen Vogt is scheduled for surgery on his troublesome right foot Tuesday, while outfielder Brandon Moss is set for surgery on his right hip later this month.
Sacramento Bee Oct 9, 2014

A's release retiring Dunn

The Oakland Athletics officially released designated hitter Adam Dunn Thursday in order to clear a spot on the team's 40-man roster.
Oakland Tribune Oct 8, 2014

A's Stephen Vogt, Brandon Moss have surgery dates set

Oakland A's Stephen Vogt to have foot surgery Oct. 14; Brandon Moss having hip surgery Oct. 21
Sacramento Bee Oct 8, 2014

Shutting down the Royals' running game key for Orioles in ALCS

All Orioles manager Buck Showalter had to do was watch the Kansas City Royals' comeback win over the Oakland Athletics in the American League wild-card game last week to see how dangerous his team's AL Championship Series opponent can be on the base paths.

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