Oakland A's Notes: Roster Becoming Clearer

Less than 48 hours before the start of their 2006 season, the Oakland A's made a series of moves in anticipation of setting their Opening Day roster.
March 31, 2007

A's Lose Johnson; Beat River Cats

The Oakland A's had an eventful Thursday, as they learned that they would be without the services of first baseman Dan Johson for an extended period and they played a slug-fest against their Triple-A affiliate, beating the River Cats by a score of 11-10.
March 29, 2007

A's Spring Notes: Harden Looking Strong

Right-hander Rich Harden insists statistics mean nothing in March. But it's tough to ignore how good he's looked in Cactus League play.
March 23, 2007

A's Spring Prospect Watch: Early Game Action

The Oakland A's have played five spring training games and have posted a 3-1-1 record. As is normally the case early in the spring schedule, numerous A's prospects and non-roster invitees have seen significant playing time in spring games. We take a look at how these players are faring thus far...
March 5, 2007

Oakland A's Spring Training Battles: 3B/1B/DH

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 continue our series with a look at the 3B/1B/DH battle.
January 22, 2007

Durazo Returns; DeFrancesco Passed Over

The Holy Grail has returned. The Oakland A's, as first reported on MLB.com on Wednesday, announced that they have re-signed their former designated hitter Erubiel Durazo to a minor league contract with a spring training invitation. The A's also announced that Tye Waller, not Sacramento manager Tony DeFrancesco, will be the A's first base coach next season.
December 21, 2006

Live From Rochester: Wings Blow Another One

In this edition of Live From Rochester, the Red Wings blow another late-inning lead, as they drop the final two games against Charlotte. The loss, couples with a Sranton win, moves the Wings into a tie for first in the International League North Division with the Red Barons.
July 29, 2006