Inclusion of Women in Baseball Feels Slow

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“The future ain’t what it used to be.” – Yogi Berra While it was encouraging to see my hometown Oakland A’s lead the league in 2015 by hiring the first female MLB coach in Justine Siegal (guest instructor for the Arizona Fall League) and, more recently, hire their first female scouting coordinator in Haley Alvarez, progress […] READ MORE


A’s Add Chris Carter, Increase Depth at First Base

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The Oakland A’s have signed free agent Chris Carter to a minor league deal, according to John Heyman of FanRag Sports. chris carter signs with a's — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) July 20, 2017 A’s Add Chris Carter, Increase Depth at First Base The first baseman spent his first three seasons in Oakland before being traded […] READ MORE


Oakland A’s Must Rebuild Now

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It’s the midpoint of the 2017 season, and the Oakland Athletics find themselves in a familiar position – last place in the AL West. After finishing in the basement in both 2015 and 2016, fans were optimistic that 2017 would be different. Not because it was likely, but because that’s the definition of a fan. […] READ MORE




Three Consecutive Walk-Off Wins May Ignite Oakland

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The Games Saturday, May 6 Things looked grim for the Oakland Athletics in the fifth inning on Saturday. With the team down 5-2 against the Detroit Tigers, disappointed fans flocked to the Shibe Park Tavern to watch the Warriors take on the Utah Jazz. When the A’s put two runs on the board in the […] READ MORE



Oakland Athletics 2017 Season Preview

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Young talent both on the Opening Day roster (Ryon Healy, Jharel Cotton) and on-deck in Triple-A (Matt Chapman, Franklin Barreto) will be important in determining whether 2017 will be an exciting, entertaining season. Other important factors will be the starting rotation, the make-up of the outfield, and run production. READ MORE



Top Ten Reasons to Believe in Dave Kaval

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Dave Kaval was chosen as the next Oakland A’s president primarily for his knowledge on stadium development. In fact, he recently facilitated the construction of a new $100 million San Jose Earthquakes soccer stadium in just six years. Though this is impressive, as an A’s fan, I am more impressed by his willingness to open his […] READ MORE