The Astros head to Oakland for a three-game series with the A’s starting Friday.
‘After a couple of seasons with fewer than 70 wins, the A’s look to avoid another last-place finish in the AL West.
According to MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman, sources have told him the Oakland Athletics have reached out to free agent slugger Mark Trumbo on Wednesday.
After missing out on Edwin Encarnacion, the A's are said to now be turning their attention to last season's MLB home run leader. Trumbo, a Southern
A source told ESPN's Jim Bowden this evening that the Oakland Athletics have agreed to a deal with veteran outfielder Rajai Davis. The terms of the deal are said to be one year, worth $6 million. According to ESPN's Buster Olney, Davis can earn up to $200k worth of incentives
After heating the stove to a low simmer over the weekend with their signings of veteran pitchers R.A. Dickey and Bartolo Colon, it appears that Atlanta's focus has now shifted to Chris Sale
According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, the Braves are among a number of teams showing "strong interest"
It is November and Donald Trump has just been elected President of the United States, but there happen to be a few more things going on in the world. So, if you'd like, take a look below at some of the most recent rumors throughout baseball.
11/08/16 Report: The New York Mets have
The Arizona Fall League features many of the biggest prospects from all 30 MLB teams. Scouts from all 30 teams were in attendance to see the future of professional baseball take center stage.
The East Lineup (* - Denotes MLB club's #1 prospect according to MLB.com)
SS Franklin Barreto (A's)*
The MLB Offseason has officially started, and below are a list of the Free Agents you might be hearing about.
Atlanta Braves (3): Bonifacio, Emilio; O'Flaherty, Eric; Pierzynski, A.J.
Arizona Diamondbacks (2): Hudson, Dan; Weeks, Rickie
Baltimore Orioles (10): Alvarez, Pedro; Bourn, Michael; Duensing, Brian; Hunter, Tommy; Ondrusek, Logan; Pearce, Steve; Reimold, Nolan;
The New York Yankees signed a former all-star and silver slugger in Billy Butler Wednesday evening. As first reported by Jon Heyman, the Yankees did indeed sign Butler to an MLB contract.
Butler, 30, was released by the Atheltics on Sunday as there were reports that Butler would not return to