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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- Oakland Athletics owner Lew Wolff says Major League Baseball's indecision over whether his club can move to San Jose has been "excruciating" but that he believes the process is finally nearing an end.
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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Phil Garner says he has agreed to stay on with the Oakland Athletics in a part-time special adviser role.
The Oakland Athletics will extend the contract of general manager Billy Beane through the 2019 season, club owner Lew Wolff said Tuesday in an interview with Bloomberg Television.
Oakland Athletics owner Lew Wolff says Major League Baseball's indecision over whether his club can move to San Jose has been 'excruciating' but that he believes the process is finally nearing an end.
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Phil Garner says he has agreed to stay on with the Oakland Athletics in a part-time special adviser role.
Free agent pitcher Rich Harden will reportedly miss the entire 2012 season after undergoing shoulder surgery.