Treinen gets a chance to bounce back in LA.
Right-hander Blake Treinen is in agreement with the Los Angeles Dodgers on a one-year, $10 million deal, sources tell ESPN. Treinen had multiple offers in that range and chose the Dodgers.
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I'm told by several sources the A's have zero plans to move Chad Pinder, despite teams' long-standing interest in him. You never say never, of course - things change, maybe an offer is too major to turn down - but they're not looking to trade him whatsoever.
I've been tub-thumping this one for years. It's great, as Eddie says. Maybe the best noir left that's truly holy grail MIA.
Spreading holiday cheer across the country! Coming off of our local Week of Giving, we made sure that those across the country felt the holiday love as well by sending 40 shirts to active members of the US Army at Fort Dix in New Jersey. Thank you for all you do for our country!
Hear that, Oakland? We don't have time for your nonsense anymore. It's crunch time. Get on board.
Manfred says MLB remains committed to baseball in Oakland and he says after attending the wild card game, he sees the strength of the fanbase. But as far as a new stadium: “the clock is ticking.”