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The search for a new home continues during the offseason for the Oakland A’s. In 2013, the Athletics suffered sewer and flooding problems at the O.co Coliseum and with their lease up at the end of this year, it seems like the perfect time to pick up and move to a new home. But with a desire to move to San Jose in limbo, and with no vacant stadiums to stay at in the meantime, the idea of moving away from Oakland is shrinking fast.
However, the O.co Coliseum complex might not want the Athletics. Recently, the Coliseum authorities have been playing hardball with the Oakland A’s when it comes to signing a short-term contract with the baseball club. There have been disagreements over how to split the revenue from food and beverage sales as well as signage space. Because of these disagreements and the lack of a resolution, the officials of the Major League Baseball have stepped in.
AT&T Park – Home of the San Francisco Giants
This past week, the MLB suggested the idea of having the...
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For one night in 2010, then-Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Dallas Braden was one of the best pitchers ever. On that May 9 night, Braden pitched only the 11th perfect game in American League history. He defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 4-0 with six strikeouts. The young southpaw finished the season with a promising record of 11-14, 3.50 ERA, and 1.16 WHIP. Since that season ended,...
The Oakland Athletics are not expected to re-sign relief pitcher Grant Balfour this offseason. Balfour played in Oakland for three years and went 9-7 with an ERA under 2.60 and had 64 saves. Now a free agent, Balfour is already drawing a good amount of interest.
Five teams are showing interest in Grant Balfour, according Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. Those teams...
Free-agent closer Grant Balfour, who set an A's team record for consecutive saves last season, is attracting notice from several deep-pocketed potential contenders, including the Tigers and Yankees, according to a major-league source.
Other interested teams include the Rockies, Angels and Balfour's former club, Tampa Bay.
The A's, who are interested in starting pitching...
It’s time – we are now beyond the start of Free Agency at 12:01 AM November 5. We at Phillies Nation will take a look at a players, mostly outfielders, catchers, starting pitchers, and relievers, who the Phillies may target this offseason. We will explore potential performance, fit, cost, and feasibility. We continue today with right-handed, side-arming reliever Pat Neshek. And...