Oakland Athletics rumors
Two one-time franchise icons trade places in a deal between AL West rivals.
The A’s add a front-of-the-rotation starter from within the division.
The Astros’ hitting coach receives a hefty ban after instigating a brawl over the weekend.
The Athletics go local with their first pick.
After spending the final two months of the 2019 season with the A’s, Diekman re-ups in Oakland.
This is a bad look for a pitcher who looked like a legitimate AL Cy Young candidate up to this point.
The A’s expect Piscotty to rejoin the team within the next week.
The A’s add a strong defensive shortstop with the 29th selection.
It took Fiers 131 pitches to throw the second no-hitter of his career.
Arguably the best power hitter in baseball signs a deal to stay in Oakland.
All 30 teams begin their quest for a World Series title today.
After rejoining the A’s on a minor-league deal last spring and having a solid season, Anderson is back with Oakland once again.
As they’ve done many times in the past, the A’s will look to resurrect the career of a veteran starter on a one-year deal.
This is a huge development as the A’s attempt to convince Murray to choose baseball.
Fiers will return to the team with which he had plenty of success down the stretch in 2018.
Oakland has quite a bit of work to do to restock its pitching staff this offseason, and signing Soria brings them one step closer to doing so.
Who has done the best job offensively at their respective positions this season?
Bronx Bombers will take on Boston in what should be an epic ALDS between the two rivals.
After being DFA’d by the Nationals following a glove-spiking incident, Shawn Kelley gets a new opportunity in Oakland.
While the fireworks slowed down a bit over the weekend, we’re still heading into the trade deadline hot.
With teams scrambling for pitching depth, welcome to a literal arms race. Check out what other trades and rumors have gone down.