Can confirm through a source that switch-pitcher Pat Venditte has been called up and will join the A's in Boston tonight. — Jane Lee (@JaneMLB) June 5, 2015 The Oakland Athletics have called up a […]
Ben Zobrist hit a grand slam to cap a five-run seventh inning, and the Athletics went on to beat the Tigers 5-3 on Tuesday night.
(AP) – The New York Yankees are happy to have Alex Rodriguez, especially lately. After sparking a sweep over what had been the AL’s top team, Rodriguez will try to help the Yankees match their longest […]
Deuce and Jason Ross welcome A’s analyst Bip Roberts to the show! They talk about opening day for the league, ESPN’s new K box on the TV, and one of Oakland’s biggest strengths when it […]
Former major leaguer Ryan Theriot wasn’t impressed by the Dodgers new GM hire of Farhan Zaidi, and of course, went to Twitter to voice his opinion. Wow Dodgers! Nice hire for the GM job. Hahahahahaha…….Good luck […]
Former Oakland A’s and River Cats player Chris Carter hit two home runs on Tuesday night but that wasn’t the story of the game. You have to give it up to Astros fan Tim Pinkard, […]
The Kansas City Royals have won eight straight games and are in first-place in the AL Central after beating the A’s on Monday night. How would you celebrate after taking the lead in the division […]
Jonny Gomes is back in Oakland which means it’s time for one of his entertaining appearances on MLB Network’s Intentional Talk. Gomes was joined by his A’s teammate Stephen Vogt who showed off his skills as an […]
Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn has spent 14 years in MLB and he did something that he’s never done. He pitched during Tuesday night’s 16-0 loss to the Rangers. Dunn’s fastball was Barry Zito-esque […]
Before the season has even begun, the Oakland Athletics are dealing with a devastating injury that could affect their chances of chasing a third straight AL West title. Right-hander Jarrod Parker, who had been the […]
Once Ubaldo Jimenez got through the fifth without allowing a hit, he began thinking back to his no-hitter at Atlanta in April 2010.
Callaspo will take over at second base for the A’s. He’s played exclusively at third base this year for the Angels, but he has experience at second, having played 1,773 2/3 innings in 217 games at second in his career.