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The Oakland Athletics will pick up Coco Crisps $7.5 million option for 2014, according to General manager Billy Beane on Friday.
Beane says Crisp’s option will be picked up.
— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) October 11, 2013
Crisp had his first ever 20/20 season and then batted .389/.455/.611 in the ALDS. As long as the almost 34-year old centerfielder can stay healthy, he should be an asset to the team next season.
The Athletics were eliminated from the postseason on Thursday evening.
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Athletics starting pitcher Sonny Gray suffered a broken thumb while fielding a ball in the last game of the 2013 ALDS.
Athletics pitcher Sonny Gray who took the loss in Game 5 of the ALDS against Detroit broke his thumb during the game on Thursday night according to Joe Stiglich of Comcast Sports California. He will have an MRI on Friday.
Gray pitched five innings allowing three...
Justin Verlander put on a pitching clinic Thursday night against the Oakland Athletics, going 8 strong innings, striking out 10 A’s hitters, and only surrendering 1 walk. With this stellar performance Verlander extended his scoreless streak to 27 innings, spanning over his last 4 starts. Unbelievable, to think two years in a row Verlander single handily dominated an up and coming...
Oakland Athletics starter Jarrod Parker is set to have an MRI scan on his throwing elbow, according to MLB.com’s Jane Lee. Parker has reportedly been feeling tightness in the elbow area and although it does not sound like it is a significant problem, Oakland wants to make sure there isn’t a more serious problem there.
Jarrod Parker getting an MRI on elbow. Was feeling tightness...
When it's win or go home, teams will pull out all the stops. The Oakland Athletics seem to be doing just that. Manager Bob Melvin has indicated that he may make two of his core starting pitchers available out of the bullpen if necessary tonight.
According to Jane Lee of MLB.com, Melvin said he is thinking over a possible decision to use Bartolo Colon and Jarrod Parker...
In 2012, the Oakland Athletics made it to the postseason by shear luck. They played a touch series against the Detroit Tigers but the young and inexperienced time ultimately lost in game five and did move onto the American League Championship Series. The 2013 season was different. The Athletics started out strong and continued to dominate as the season stretched on. Even...
San Jose still wants a baseball team, and not just a Giants affiliate. The city has been in a tedious legal battle with Major League Baseball regarding the potential relocation of the Oakland Athletics, and MLB is currently doing everything it can to block such action from occurring.
The city claims that MLB is acting illegally - they're certainly not hiding their intentions...
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“If you’re the Red Sox, you don’t want to play Oakland, because I think Detroit, while they have the great starting pitching, there are so many flaws,” Olney said.
Among those flaws is a nagging injury...
Detroit Tigers (3) at Oakland Athletics (0) - Tigers win series 3-2Justin Verlander did it again to the Oakland Athletics. Almost exactly one year to the day he shutout the A’s in Game 5 of the 2012 ALDS, Verlander tossed eight shutout innings allowing just two hits as the Detroit Tigers advanced to the American League Championship Series against the Boston Red Sox.Verlander outdueled...