Who can break through and win hardware in a shortened 2020 season?
by: JANIE McCAULEY — The Washington Times 1h
With a months-long layoff, the attention surrounding Mike Fiers has significantly subsided.
by: JANIE McCAULEY AP Baseball Writer — Wisconsin State Journal 1h
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — With a months-long layoff, the attention surrounding Mike Fiers has significantly subsided. He can go about his business behind the scenes again just as he prefers...
by: https://www.facebook.com/SFChronicle/ — San Francisco Chronicle 2h
Oakland A’s DH Khris Davis learned a lot from his 2019 funk and said on a video call he’s “closed the chapter” on his down season, which was largely the result of injuries. The A’s expect Davis to get back to providing power on a regular basis.
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 5h
Scot Pianowski has some players on his mind as the 2020 MLB season nears Opening Day. Here are His Guys for the 60-game sprint.
‘I don’t know how I’m going to do this:’ How A’s players are breaking bad habits in order to stay safe
by: Shayna Rubin — East Bay Times 23h
“I’ll miss standing around and chit-chatting with friends and debating the world.”
Oakland Athletics roster for MLB restart: Three things to know as A's prepare for 60-game season - CBSSports.com
by: R.J. Anderson Jul 13, 2020 at 11:00 am ET5 min read — CBS Sports 13 Jul
The A's are hopeful to reach the playoffs for a third year in a row
by: Alex Hall — SB Nation: Athletics Nation 13 Jul
MLB news roundup
by: Jessica Kleinschmidt — NBC Sports Bay Area 13 Jul
“It just goes back to us doing our thing, being smart, not going out, exposing ourselves to those outside of the field."
by: Anthony Castrovince — MLB: Dodgers 13 Jul
A season unlike any other will begin with six five-way ties for first place on July 23 and a schedule geared entirely around regional travel. All it takes is a hot week or two -- maybe an unexpected boost from an unheralded player or previously...
by: Matt Kawahara — San Francisco Chronicle 12 Jul
Oakland A’s pitchers were “considerably ahead” of hitters when training camp opened but the hitting has begun to catch up after a week of workouts, manager Bob Melvin said.
by: Shayna Rubin — East Bay Times 12 Jul
Oakland Athletics’ outfielder Stephen Piscotty discusses his lost 2019 and 2020 bounce back. Manager Bob Melvin on Daniel Mengden’s role.
News in the Past 30 days
- Austin Allen
- Franklin Barreto
- Chris Bassitt
- Seth Brown
- Mark Canha
- Matt Chapman
- Khris Davis
- Jake Diekman
- Mike Fiers
- Robbie Grossman
- Jonah Heim
- Liam Hendriks
- Tony Kemp
- Vimael Machin
- Sean Manaea
- T.J. McFarland
- Daniel Mengden
- Frankie Montas
- Sean Murphy
- Matt Olson
- Yusmeiro Petit
- Chad Pinder
- Stephen Piscotty
- A.J. Puk
- Marcus Semien
- Burch Smith
- Joakim Soria
- Lou Trivino
- J.B. Wendelken