I sometimes get this Daniel Robertson confused with the other Daniel Robertson, the one the Angels recently picked up - the Robertson that signed this baseball is in the Oakland Athletics' system and might be worth watching as far as a guy should end up in the major leagues at some point.
Oakland Athletics filled its second key position in five days, acquiring first baseman Ike Davis from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
A person with knowledge of the negotiations says free agent designated hitter Billy Butler and the Oakland Athletics have agreed to a $30 million, three-year contract.
Year after year, the Oakland Athletics organization plucks players out of the bargain bin only to see them outperform expectations and contribute more than most expected. It's that funny concept called "moneyball." This year they face...Show More Summary
Zaidi has worked in consulting, in business development for a division of a sports magazine, and in the Oakland Athletics’ front office for the last 10 years.
Farhan Zaidi was officially named the Dodgers general manager. Zaidi, a former assistant general manager of the Oakland Athletics, will be introduced Friday at a news conference at Dodger Stadium.
Former New York Yankees, Arizona Diamondbacks and Oakland Athletics pitcher Brad Halsey has died at the age of 33. O'Connell Sports, a management agency that previously represented the southpaw hurler, first reported the shocking news Tuesday night. Show More Summary
The Extra 2% meets Moneyball meets a whole lot of money. The Los Angeles Dodgers' front office overhaul continued Tuesday night, as Ken Gurnick of the team's official website reported that Oakland Athletics assistant general managerShow More Summary
Farhan Zaidi, assistant general manager of the Oakland Athletics, will be named general manager of the Dodgers this week, according to people familiar with the situation who spoke under the condition of anonymity because a formal announcement hasn’t been made.
Oakland's remarkable (and disheartening) second-half collapse in 2014 culminated with a heartbreaking loss to Kansas City in the AL Wild Card Game. In some ways, it was a fitting end to the season, one that saw the A's look unbeatable...Show More Summary
Jose Canseco blew off the middle finger of his left hand Tuesday afternoon while cleaning his handgun at home. The former Oakland Athletics slugger was taken to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, where doctors said that no matter what they do, he will never have full use of his finger again. Show More Summary
Jose Canseco was injured in an accidental shooting at his home, 8 News Now is reporting. The former Oakland Athletics slugger was at his house in east Las Vegas when the shooting occurred. Canseco accidentally shot himself in the hand, according to KTNV's Spencer Lubitz. Show More Summary
Dave Stewart, the Diamondbacks’ general manager, grew up in East Oakland and pitched for the Athletics in the 1989 World Series that was interrupted by the Loma Prieta earthquake.
Oakland Athletics slugger Brandon Moss underwent surgery to repair his torn right hip labrum Thursday, but he's expected to be ready for the start of spring training in 2015. The San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser has the details: Slusser...Show More Summary
Twenty-five years ago this week, the Bay Area was preparing for a baseball game at Candlestick Park and a World Series that would showcase the two local teams, the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants. But the Bay Area World Series became known for something else just as Game 3 was about to start. The […]
Arizona hired the Oakland Athletics’ bench coach, Chip Hale, as its manager to replace Kirk Gibson.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have hired Oakland Athletics bench coach Chip Hale as their next manager.
My fellow Oakland A's fans: This week, we have seen two sweeps in the ALDS. Two World Series favorites were knocked out. One game ended in a walk-off. Another went 18 innings. Unfortunately, none of those games involved the Athletics. Tonight,...Show More Summary
A season that began with so much promise ended with the Oakland Athletics skidding into the last wild-card spot then heading home after a marathon game that seemed to sum up the year as a whole. The A's were 72-44 on August 9, four games ahead of the Los Angeles Angels and outscoring opponents by nearly 100 runs more than the next-best team. Show More Summary
Bench coach Chip Hale was granted permission from the Oakland Athletics to interview for managerial openings with the Minnesota Twins and Arizona Diamondbacks.