Outfielder Dustin Fowler, acquired from the Yankees last season, will make his Athletics debut. Fowler missed several months last season following a knee injury in June that required surgery.
As the A’s continue to evaluate options for a new ballpark site, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred remains confident that a solution exists in Oakland. Speaking from a news conference in Glendale, Ariz., on Tuesday, Manfred said he’s still “optimistic that we can make baseball work in Oakland.”
After spending much of the last two years languishing on the sidelines, Josh Phegley is itching for action. The A’s catcher wants back behind the plate on a regular basis, his time in Oakland too often spent behind the scenes, where he would occasionally pass team executives Billy Beane and David Forst between trips to […]
A group of new A’s relievers will descend on Hohokam Stadium come Tuesday, collectively reflecting the months-long work put in by the club’s front office this offseason. The following day, they’ll take to the field for the first official workout for Oakland pitchers and catchers.
Right-handed pitcher Kendall Graveman lost his arbitration case with the Athletics, according to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman.
The A’s have three spots to fill in their rotation and a wealth of young arms ready to contribute to Oakland’s renaissance.
The Oakland Athletics announced today that all 162 regular-season games will be televised in 2018, including 147 on NBC Sports California. The remaining 15 games will be available in the A’s TV territory on MLB Network and Fox Sports 1.
The Around the Horn series, which features a position-by-position look at Oakland’s projected starters and backup options heading into the season, continues at third base.
The Around the Horn series, which features a position-by-position look at Oakland’s projected starters and backup options heading into the season, shifts to shortstop.
The A’s will host their annual FanFest on Saturday in Jack London Square.
The multi-part “Around the Horn” series, which features a look at Oakland’s projected starters and backup options at each position heading into the season, begins at second base.
Lefty A.J. Puk didn’t disappoint in his first full professional season, and the pitcher’s development on and off the mound continued into the offseason, as he represented Oakland at Major League Baseball’s Rookie Career Development Program this month.