Oakland A's Notes: Off-Season In Flux

The Oakland A's have big decisions looming, and they're not about specific players or possible moves. The front office must decide if the club still can contend with the current core group of players, or if the A's must begin to add pieces and to restock what is a depleted farm system.
November 7, 2007

Inside Pitch: 2007 Forecast

Despite losing ace Barry Zito and designated hitter Frank Thomas in the offseason, the A's have the firepower to win the American League West championship. But you'd be hard-pressed to find a team that's relying on so many key players who are injury prone.
March 27, 2007

Oakland A's Spring Photo Gallery: New Faces

Oakland A's spring training camp has opened for pitchers and catchers and the position players are following close behind. We have some photos of the first days of Oakland A's spring training 2007.
February 20, 2007

Stewart Signing Official; Thomas DFA'd

The Oakland A's made a late free agent signing on Wednesday, bringing outfielder Shannon Stewart into the fold on a one-year contract. To make room for him on the 40-man roster, the A's designated Charles Thomas for assignment.
February 8, 2007

Twins Inside Pitch: Bring On The Sox

In this edition of Twins' Inside Pitch, the Twins get ready to face the White Sox, Luis Castillo and Shannon Stewart return to the lineup, Rondell White has a seven-game hitting streak, and much more.
May 12, 2006

Inside Pitch: Lohse Safe For Now

In this edition of Twins' Inside Pitch, Kyle Lohse can relax for another week after a strong outing against the Rangers, Michael Cuddyer sees his ten-game hitting streak come to a halt, Shannon Stewart and Luis Castillo try to get healthy for the White Sox series this weekend, and much more.
May 11, 2006

Inside Pitch- White Trying To Relax

In this edition of Twins' Inside Pitch, Rondell White tries to relax after playing in the field a bit, Shannon Stewart welcomes a baby girl, Luis Castillo makes his way back, and so much more.
April 25, 2006

Scouting Twin Prospect #10: Alexander Romero

The Twins signed Alexander Romero as a 16-year old out of Venezuela, and the young outfielder is not just a step away from the Major Leagues. The Twins future left fielder, Romero is only 22 years old, and is a switch hitter with power. Look for him to make his Major League debut in 2006. Here is a look at our 10th ranked prospect, Alexander Romero.
April 5, 2006