While the Top 10 is still to be unveiled, the Raiders had three players listed among the Top 100. Unless, of course, Shane Lechler or Sebastian Janikowski somehow sneak into the Top 10.
In his 12 games as a big leaguer, Jemile Weeks is batting .364 with four doubles, three triples, seven runs scored and two stolen bases. However, what is going to happen when Mark Ellis is activated from the DL?
Rich Harden will make a rehab start on Monday for Triple-A Sacramento, while Brett Anderson continues to rest from his Platelet Rich Plasma injection therapy. The A's anxiously await their return.
A's interim manager Bob Melvin said Friday afternoon that Ellis will play three games for the Rivercats. Ellis is eligible to come off the disabled list on Wednesday, though Melvin was noncomittal about a specific timetable for the veteran infielder's return.
On the day trailers of 'Moneyball' hit the internet, Oakland went small ball to beat K.C., using an aggressive style of play Insider Paul Gutierrez believes they'll need to remember if they want to stay in the AL West race.
Oft-injured Rich Harden looked comfortable on the mound Wednesday in his first simulated game since going on the disabled list in spring training.
Trevor Cahill backed up his worst outing of the year with his most career walks in a start -- seven against the Royals, who scored seven runs. A's Insider Paul Gutierrez explores the Oakland ace's funk.
A's right-hander Rich Harden is scheduled to throw simulated game Wednesday with an eye toward a possible rehab outing next week in Sacramento with the Triple-A Rivercats.
Brett Anderson received a Platelet Rich Plasma injection in his left elbow after visiting with Dr. James Andrews, the team announced Monday, confirming a report that the big lefty will not undergo Tommy John surgery.
Who knows whether it would mean the difference between a win and a loss, but an umpire in Chicago cost the A's a shot at a late rally. The silver lining: Bob Melvin took notice.
Losers of 10 straight heading into Friday's game in Chicago, the A's turned to some new names -- most notably Jemile Weeks and Scott Sizemore -- to lift them out of their funk and back into the win column.
Five teams have been in talks with L.A. stadium planners, and our Raiders Insider Paul Gutierrez has a number of reasons why he hopes it's not the Raiders who head for southern California.
Bob Geren's relationship with general manager Billy Beane made for a unique, somewhat unattainable set of expectations. Perception is often reality and Geren was Beane's puppet. From Day 1.
The A's fired manager Bob Geren Thursday morning in the midst of a nine-game losing streak, replacing him with former Giants catcher Bob Melvin. Geren went 334-376 since taking over in 2007.