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Sorry, A’s fans. Those of you who were anxiously awaiting Hiroyuki Nakajima’s long-anticipated debut in Oakland will have to wait a little longer. Nakajima’s rehab stint at AAA Sacramento hit a snag on Friday night when Nakajima pulled up limping into first base after hitting a single in the seventh inning of a 3-0 River Cats victory over the Las Vegas 51′s. Nakajima admitted feeling tightness in his hamstring, and his rehab assignment was put on hold so he could be reevaluated by the big club. Nakajima was subsequently held out of both Saturday’s and Sunday’s games and appears doubtful to play in tonight’s series finale against Las Vegas.
Nakajima made his stateside debut at Raley Field on Friday for the River Cats, garnering noticeably heightened media attention at Raley Field. Nakajima hurt his hamstring in a spring training game against the Giants and began the season on the 15-day disabled list. He had been working his way back into playing condition ever since, and Friday was...
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WEST SACRAMENTO - Hiroyuki Nakajima's rehab began on Friday with two hits, but he has suffered a set-back with his injured hamstring.
Jose Canseco refuses to fade into the sunset, desperate for publicity and one last shot at being a household name. Once again Canseco took to Twitter to reignite his feud with basketball big man Shaquille O’Neal. Poor Jose will take attention wherever he can get it. So here it is!
The former Oakland Athletics slugger provoked the verbal spat with a tweet to Shaq calling him a ...
The Oakland Athletics have placed outfielder Chris Young on the disabled list with a strained left quad injury. The injury is a re-aggravation of a previous quad injury and the move is retroactive to April 30th.
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Personally, I've never really wanted hair of any professional athlete but at the end of the day, it might be a cool keepsake.
Last weekend, the Oakland Athletics player wives held a silent auction to benefit Autism awareness and many different items were up for bid including some recently cut hair off the head of outfielder Josh Reddick.
Two A's fans named Tony and...
Oakland Athletics right-hander Jarrod Parker has had a tough time of it in 2013, and it might be getting worse. After last night's loss to the Cleveland Indians, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote that Parker has been dealing with a neck problem all season and hinted that Parker may miss some time with the injury. His status should become clearer when he next...
Josh Donaldson hit Oakland's third home run of the game, a tiebreaking drive off Boone Logan in the eighth inning that lifted the Athletics over the New York Yankees 5-4 Sunday.
Luke Montz and Yoenis Cespedes homered as Oakland took a 4-1 lead against Andy Pettitte, who struggled for the second straight start, but the Yankees rallied in the sixth against reliever Jerry Blevins...
Following the A’s 2-0 shutout of the New York Yankees Friday evening, the A’s had no shortage of news regarding the status of their roster Saturday morning.
Before we get to that though, A.J. Griffin was masterful in his seven innings of work. He allowed six hits and walked just one batter. Griffin struck out four batters. Sean Doolittle pitched an inning and two-thirds of shutout...
After a successful start to their longest road trip of the season, the Oakland Athletics will try to keep their momentum going by continuing their recent dominance of the Cleveland Indians.
The A's seek a ninth consecutive victory over the Indians on Monday night, while Ubaldo Jimenez will try to help Cleveland bounce back a day after its lengthy winning streak ended.