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By Marc Keller On Monday, August 10th, 2015
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Roster Moves Worth Reporting But Aren’t Worth The 300 Words – Vol. 33

For Baseball Hot Corner’s articles to be recognized by Google, they put a requirement on all blogs that each post/article should be 300 words or more. That’s usually not a problem for major breaking trades More...

By Marc Keller On Monday, May 11th, 2015
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Roster Moves Worth Reporting But Aren’t Worth The 300 Words – Vol. 21

For Baseball Hot Corner’s articles to be recognized by Google, they put a requirement on all blogs that each post/article should be 300 words or more.  That’s usually not a problem for major breaking trades More...

By Jen Rainwater On Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
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Cody Ross To Start In RF Tonight For Oakland

Cody Ross. Photo Credit: Christian Petersen/Getty Images.   The Oakland A’s have, very quickly, agreed to terms with veteran outfielder Cody Ross. Ross was released just Saturday by the Arizona Diamonbacks More...

By Jen Rainwater On Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
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Opening Day Preview: Oakland Athletics

Sonny Gray. Photo Credit: Thearon Henderson/Getty Images. OAKLAND ATHLETICS 2015 PREVIEW Last season the Oakland A’s held baseball’s best record for almost the entire first half of the regular season. More...

By Kenny Bristow On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
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Top 10: Centerfielders In Baseball

I am not a good list maker–especially the kind of list that ranks something first to last, or worst to first… top 10, or whatever. Not that I don’t know my stuff… it could just be my ridiculously More...

By Jason Leary On Friday, February 7th, 2014
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Knee-Jerk Reaction: The A’s Sign Coco Crisp To An Extension

Coco Crisp signed a 2-year, $22.75 million extension with the A’s on Friday. There are special moments for thoughtful reflection about new developments with the Oakland A’s … and then there are moments More...

By Adrian Garro On Friday, January 3rd, 2014
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Another Look At The A’s Acquisition Of Craig Gentry

During Billy Beane‘s flurry of deals back in early December the Oakland A’s picked up speedy outfielder Craig Gentry from the Texas Rangers in exchange for Michael Choice. At first, the deal seemed More...

By Jason Leary On Tuesday, December 10th, 2013
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The A’s Fan’s Non-Buyer’s Christmas Gift Guide

To say the least, there’s a wide array of odd items on sale at the A’s Web shop that might not scream, “Merry Christmas” for Oakland fans. Christmas is right around the corner and if you’re More...

Robinson Cano
By Paul Jack On Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
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This Baseball Writer Is Praying The Yankees Overpay For Robinson Cano

If you look at this article from last month you can see what I said (6 years, 138 million,  23 mill a year) and what other writers predicted about Robinson Cano. While my prediction stays strong at 6/138 million, More...

By Adrian Garro On Friday, November 1st, 2013
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A’s Exercise Options on Crisp, Anderson, Decline Young, Suzuki

The Oakland A’s would probably not have had a strong 2013 campaign without the efforts of Coco Crisp. The outfielder was a catalyst for Bob Melvin’s offense and played typically sterling defense all More...

By Travis Richardson On Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
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AL Playoff Preview: Oakland A`s At Detroit Tigers

Playoff Preview: Oakland v. A`s Background: These two dynamic teams aren`t strangers to the post-season, or to each other. Rewind back to last year where we found both teams in the exact same position. Oakland More...

Michael Choice
By Marc Keller On Monday, May 20th, 2013
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Michael Choice – Learn To “Bernie Lean”

Start believing the hype on Oakland A’s top prospect center fielder, Michael Choice.  Currently batting .284, with 8 HRs, 34 RBIs, a .393 OBP, and a .872 OPS, he has the makings of being a really good Major More...

Opening Day
By Paul Jack On Monday, April 8th, 2013
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What Did We Learn In Week 1 Of The MLB Season?

Week 1 is in the books, what have we learned? Up until today we learned that pitchers started out hot!  There were 12 games on Opening Day and of those 24 teams only 5 scored over 4 runs in a game. We learned More...








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