The Oakland A's began to reshape their 40-man roster by outrighting seven players on Friday afternoon. The A's also announced that Eric Chavez will be undergoing his second surgery in two months.
October 6, 2007
After leaving Pittsburgh losers of two out of three, the Rangers returned the favor to the Cincinnati Reds in their home park. Lone Star Dugout takes a pictorial look back at the past week of Texas Rangers baseball.
With the arbitration-deadline approaching, the Oakland A's crossed one player off of their list, inking back-up catcher Adam Melhuse to a one-year deal. Victor Moreno, meanwhile, inked a minor league deal with the Baltimore Orioles.
January 5, 2007
The weather outside might still be frightful, but spring is just around the corner and that means only one thing: baseball! Every year, we preview the spring training roster battles that will take place during major league camp. While these battles may change based on a late off-season move, most of these scenarios will still hold true. We begin our series with a look at the catchers' battle.
January 4, 2007
With the two prized offseason hitting acquisitions, Milton Bradley and Frank Thomas, on the bench nursing injuries, A's manager Ken Macha
did something he doesn't like to do: start his backup catcher at designated hitter.
Did Damian Miller play his way out of Oakland? Will Jermaine Dye return to the A's on a one-year deal? Find out in this edition of <i>Inside Pitch</i>...
November 17, 2004