Melillo Dealt To Jays; Fiorentino Back To O's

The Oakland A's announced two transactions on Thursday involving two players who were dropped off of the team's 40-man roster last week.
June 5, 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

Photo Gallery: River Cats Blanked By I-Cubs

SACRAMENTO -- The Iowa Cubs made it two in a row over the Sacramento River Cats on Saturday, blanking Sacramento by a score of 6-0. We have photos from the game inside...
May 4, 2008

Oakland A's MLN: Cahill Still Dominating

The Stockton Ports are ripping off the wins at an impressive clip. The Ports have won four in a row and their pitching staff has continued to impress. We have news and notes about the Ports and from around the organization inside...
April 27, 2008

Oakland A's MLN: Ports Bust Loose

The Stockton Ports' pitching staff has received a lot of attention in the early going this season, but the Ports' hitters reminded everyone this weekend that they are a force, as well. We have notes from Stockton's explosive four-game series versus Rancho Cucamonga, as well as notes on player movement, injuries and more...
April 21, 2008

Melillo Working His Way Back

The 2007 season was both trying and triumphant for Kevin Melillo. He struggled with a right wrist injury that hampered his swing and limited him to only 98 games. He also made his major league debut and was a key player on the PCL champion Sacramento River Cats. Melillo's wrist injury lingered into spring, and he is currently at extended spring training. We spoke to Melillo about how he is feeling
April 7, 2008

2008 Sacramento River Cats Preview

The 2007 season was both trying and triumphant for the Sacramento River Cats. The team ran through a record number of player transactions en route to winning the PCL and Triple-A Championships in 2007. The 2008 team will try to duplicate the success of the 2007 squad with a team filled with top-flight prospects and players with major league experience.
April 3, 2008