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In case you needed another reminder to never believe what a front office lets the public hear, here’s what Billy Beane told Jane Lee of MLB.com just six days ago:
The talent is still there, insists Billy Beane. That’s why the A’s general manager was so patient with a struggling Jemile Weeks last ...
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The Oakland A's will be giving out bobbleheads of Coco Crisp this season that do the "Bernie Lean" dance popularized by the team last season.
You’ve seen one bobblehead, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong. Last year, the Oakland A’s adopted the Bernie Lean as their rally dance. They are still trying to capitalize on the phenomena by releasing a Coco Crisp bobblehead in which Crisp is actually doing the Bernie Lean. It was only natural to make it with Crisp, since he was the one to introduce dance to the team. BREAKING...
Beane Pulls Another One Out of the Hat
by Dave Mills
Billy Beane has once again pulled what appears to be a sparkler of a deal for the A’s about 10 days before Pitchers and Catchers.
This time he gobbles up versatile infielder Jed Lowrie from the Houston Astros of the American League for right-handed hitting Chris Carter (DH/1B)and prospects Brad Peacock (RHP) and Max Stassi...
Yes, a Coco Crisp “Bernie Lean” bobblehead doll is going to be a real thing. The doll will be the A’s promotional giveaway on June 29. Be one of the first 10,000 fans at the Coliseum that day, and the doll is yours.
The Oakland A’s popularized the dance during their surprise 2012 season. For the uninformed, here’s a primer on the A’s Bernie craze from The Daily Rival...
Garnering zero interest from any Major League Baseball franchises, dimwitted juicehead Manny Ramirez is in negotiations to play for the iconic EDA Rhinos of the Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan. The nine-time Silver Slugger Award winner, who amassed 555 homers, 2,574 hits and 1,831 RBI in 18 seasons, has been trying in vain to impress scouts by competing in the Dominican...
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It’s very rare that you see the Oakland Athletics make trades that include them sending away impact prospects in order to acquire Major League talent. However, that’s exactly what we saw happen yesterday evening, as Billy Beane decided to trade away Chris Carter, Brad Peacock, and Max Stassi for Jed Lowrie and Fernando Rodriguez.
Coming off being the surprise winner of the American...
Last season, the Okland A’s rode their laid-back style all the way to an AL West division title and their first playoff appearance since 2006. No team in the league appeared to have more fun down the stretch than the A’s, and it’s one of the main reasons their young roster was able to find so much success.
During their improbable run, Coco Crisp introduced the “Bernie Lean”...
This winter, free agent Manny Ramirez announced that he
hoped to continue his playing career. He may get that opportunity, but it doesn’t
look like it will be with a MLB club. Ramirez is in talks to play for the EDA
Rhinos of the Taiwanese professional league, according to Jon Paul Morosi of
Manny Ramirez is in talks to play for the EDA Rhinos of the Taiwanese...
Some Astros fans are upset about the trade of Jed Lowrie, but Joe Healy thinks it's just another part of the rebuilding process.
The Houston Astros have traded shortstop Jed Lowrie to the
Oakland Athletics, along with right-handed reliever Fernando Rodriguez, in
exchange for first baseman Chris Carter, right-hander Brad Peacock and catcher
Max Stassi, the team has announced.
The Astros acquired Lowrie last offseason from the Boston
Red Sox along with Kyle Weiland for late-inning reliever Mark...
For years the Oakland Athletics have been using tarps to close off sections of the O.co Coliseum stands to reduce capacity. Now, it looks like the Raiders, the stadium’s other tenant, are set to follow suit.
According to The Oakland Tribute and San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders will use tarps to cover over about 11,000 seats at the Coliseum for next season. Although the Raiders...