A's Make Nine More MiLB Cuts

The toughest part of spring training has begun at Papago Park in Phoenix, as the Oakland A's have had to make a series of cuts to get their minor league rosters in order for the start of the season. We have the names of nine more players let go inside...
March 31, 2009

Oakland A's MLN: Signings & Releases

The Oakland A's grabbed some headlines this week with their acquisition of Matt Holliday, but those weren't the only moves that they made. We have an update on some minor league transactions inside, as well as other A's news and notes.
November 14, 2008

Oakland A's MLN: Power Surge

Last season, the Oakland A's had only three minor leaguers reach the 20-homer plateau, Tom Everidge, Jason Perry and Jose Pineda. With Perry and Pineda no longer in the organization, it appeared that the A's might have a power shortage in their system in 2008. That has turned out not to be the case. Less than 40 games into the year, there are a number of A's minor leaguers on pace to hit 20 homers
May 12, 2008

Oakland A's Prospect Q&A: Jed Morris, C

Jed Morris' first full month back on the field after recovering from acute lymphocytic leukemia was a roaring success. The Stockton Ports' catcher posted a 1040 OPS in April. He followed that up by winning the California League's Player of the Week for the first week of May. We spoke to Morris about his recovery and his good start to the season…
May 8, 2008

Harden Sharp In Stockton Rehab Start

Rich Harden made his first appearance in the California League since 2002 as he pitched six scoreless innings Tuesday night against his former team, the Visalia Oaks. The Stockton Ports' offense stole the headlines with a 14-run outburst, but Harden set the tone with a sharp performance in what should be his final minor league rehab outing.
May 6, 2008

Stockton Photo Gallery: Carter, Ports Walkoff

STOCKTON, CA -- The Stockton Ports are giving the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees a run for their money as the best team in minor league baseball right now. Stockton won its 20th game in 24 contests on Sunday in dramatic fashion, as Chris Carter crushed a two-out, three-run homer in the bottom of the 11th to send Stockton home a winner. We have the photos from the Ports' 23rd win of the season inside...
May 4, 2008

By The Numbers: Early Results On Offense

This is the first edition of "By the Numbers," a regular feature on OaklandClubhouse where Nathaniel Stoltz will examine aspects of the Oakland A's organization through statistical analysis. In this first edition, Stoltz takes a look at some of the hitters in the A's organization and introduces his statistical valuation system: Ultimate Value Index or UVI.
April 22, 2008