30 Players: Athletics Hope Ryon Healy Is For RealThe A's are coming off a rough 2016 but there was a bright spot in young Ryon Healy. They hope that he is their third baseman of the future.
30 Players: Billy Burns’ Legs A Valuable Asset To AthleticsAs the A's look to rebound from a rough season, they look to get a spark from their young outfielder.
Perkins' 1st Blown Save Sends Twins To 3-2 Loss To A's In 10As dominant as Glen Perkins has been this season, the Minnesota Twins' All-Star closer knew the good times were sure to end at some point.
Twins Blog: Homestand NotesThe second homestand of the Twins 2015 campaign is in the books. And with 11 games versus the Tigers, White Sox and Athletics, it was the longest one they'll have all year.
5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Back-To-Back HR Derby Champ Yoenis CespedesYoenis Cespedes is the name on every sports announcer’s lips but what do you really know about this Cuban powerhouse center fielder with an amazing arm? Here are a few facts.
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3 Things Yoenis Cespedes Was Compared To On TwitterAfter Tuesday's 300-plus foot throw to home by the Athletics' left fielder went viral, fans took to twitter to express who and what Yoenis Cespedes really is. Here are some of the comparisons.
Who Is Yoenis Cespedes? 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About The A’s OutfielderYoenis Cespedes is the name on every sports announcer’s lips but what do you really know about this Cuban powerhouse center fielder with an amazing arm? Here are a few facts.
Athletics Need Sonny Gray To Show Off Masterful CurveballThe Oakland A's, bitten by the injury bug, need to lean on starting pitcher Sonny Gray even more than expected.
Mauer, Suzuki Likely To Talk Catcher With Twins Joe Mauer insists he has put away his catcher's gear for good after a season-ending concussion last August.
Cesepdes, Donaldson Homer, A's Top Twins 11-0 Oakland's Josh Donaldson made plans to buy a pair of goggles for this year's locker room celebrations. A's manager Bob Melvin refuses to think beyond the next game. Yoenis Cespedes and Donaldson homered, Alberto Callaspo had two hits and drove in two runs, and Bartolo Colon pitched six innings as Oakland trimmed its magic number for clinching the AL West to two with an 11-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Friday night.
Twins Come Back, Then Lose To A's LateThe Minnesota Twins sure made an interesting game out of it with Oakland, rallying back only to be done in by the longball. Several times.