The Oakland A's will not be moving to San Francisco.
The Oakland Athletics have exercised their $7.5 million club option for center fielder Coco Crisp, formally making the move Friday
Seattle is considering Chip Hale from Oakland as their new manager.
State tort law claims have been alleged of MLB interfering with San Jose's contract with the A's.
Instead of letting Coco Crisp enter free agency, the A's will pick up his $7.5M club option for 2014.
Oakland starter Jarrod Parker was feeling tightness in his throwing elbow and needs an MRI.
Athletics are prevented from moving to San Jose, causing San Jose financial harm.
A's starter Bartolo Colon would like to pitch again for Oakland if given the opportunity.
Both Jim Leyland and Bob Melvin have made some big changes entering do-or-die game.
OAKLAND (AP) — The fifth and final game of the American League Divisional playoff between the Tigers and Athletics is being played tonight in Oakland. The Tigers tied things up with an 8-6 win two nights ago in Detroit.