Geren Fired; Replaced By Melvin

In the midst of a nine-game losing streak, the Oakland A's made a dramatic move, firing manager Bob Geren. The team announced that former major league catcher and manager Bob Melvin will take Geren's place for the rest of the season.
June 9, 2011

Fuentes Steams Over In-Game Management

Brian Fuentes has taken the loss in each of his last four relief outings, a new Oakland A's record. Although he has served as the closer for the A's in Andrew Bailey's absence, Fuentes' losses have all come in non-save situations. After being called upon in the eighth inning of a tie game on Monday, Fuentes fumed about his manager's in-game decision-making.
May 24, 2011

A=Average For Oakland

Are the Oakland A's just resigned to being a .500 team?
May 16, 2011

Geren Talks Young A's At Winter Meetings

The baseball world is currently convened in Indianapolis for MLB's annual winter meetings. Oakland A's manager Bob Geren spoke with the media on Tuesday about his young team. Here are some of his thoughts on his young players and the team's 2010 plans...
December 9, 2009

A's Notes: Duke Looking For 'What's Fair'

The A's successfully avoided arbitration with their leading home run hitter in 2008 by signing Jack Cust to a one-year, $2.8 million deal, leaving just starter Justin Duchscherer to file for arbitration.
January 23, 2009

Bob Geren At The Winter Meetings

Oakland A's manager Bob Geren spoke with the media during the recently completed baseball winter meetings. Inside is a transcript of that interview.
December 11, 2008

Oakland A's Front Office Q&A: David Forst

The rising prospects in the Oakland A's system are not limited to their minor league affiliates. When discussions about future GMs start up around the league, A's Assistant GM David Forst is often one of the first names mentioned. We spoke to Forst on Thursday about the changes that the organization made this off-season, the draft, the new additions to the club, Carlos Gonzalez's ETA and more…
April 17, 2008