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Athletics, Jonathan Lucroy Finalize $6.5M, 1-Year ContractThe Oakland Athletics landed a new starting catcher, finalizing a $6.5 million, one-year contract with free agent Jonathan Lucroy.
Union Files Grievance Against Marlins, A's, Pirates, RaysThe Major League Baseball Players Association filed a grievance against the Miami Marlins, Oakland Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates and Tampa Bay Rays, accusing the teams of failing to appropriately spend revenue-sharing money.
A's Hope Patience Pays Off With Arrival Of Young Core TalentThe often-rebuilding Oakland Athletics are leaning on young talent again in 2018, maintaining a philosophy of developing prospects from within their organization and acquiring them from other teams for more expensive veterans.
Dave Stewart Rejoins A's As Spring Training InstructorDave Stewart is back with the Oakland Athletics as a spring training instructor.
A's Catcher Maxwell No Longer Will Kneel For National AnthemOakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell says he no longer will kneel for the national anthem as he did last season as a rookie, when he became the first major leaguer to do so following the lead of many NFL players.
With Khris Davis' Power, A's Look To Build Off Strong FinishWith Khris Davis slugging in the middle of a young lineup, the Oakland Athletics realize they still have much ground to overcome in a division featuring the World Series champion Houston Astros.
Athletics Extend Protective Netting To Far Ends Of Dugouts The Oakland Athletics will expand protective netting between the stands and the playing field to the far ends of both dugouts ahead of the 2018 season.
Khris Davis, Athletics Agree To $10.5M 1-Year ContractSlugger Khris Davis and the Oakland Athletics agreed to a $10.5 million, one-year contract, more than doubling his salary after he beat the team in arbitration last winter.
Former A's Player Rob Picciolo Dies At 64Rob Picciolo, a former major league infielder who later coached with the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Angels, has died. He was 64.
Stephen Piscotty Thankful To Play With A's Near Ailing MomFor now, Gretchen Piscotty can still comfortably attend her son's big league baseball games seven months after being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease, and it is suddenly going to be far easier for her to do so.