OAKLAND, Calif. –Oakland A’s outfielder Josh Reddick has undergone successful surgery on his right wrist, the club announced today. The surgery was performed by Dr. Mark Belsky at Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Mass. this morning. Dr. Belsky performed
The Oakland outfielder is looking to undergo wrist surgery during the offseason.
Oakland Athletics rookie starting pitcher Sonny Gray was one of the breakout stars of the divisional series round
Former Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine spoke with Jay Mariotti Thursday afternoon on MariottiShow.com and Valentine suggests that MLB told the Oakland Athletics to sit Bartolo Colón for game five of the ALDS in favor of rookie Sonny
When he takes the mound to face the A’s today it will be the first time he has waited this long to pitch in a playoff series.
Wolff told USA Today Sports that he thinks the Athletics will win Game 4 in Comerica Park on Tuesday and reach the ALCS.
In Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Detroit Tigers, the A's left fielder shrugged off the effects of a sore right shoulder...
Cespedes said Monday that his shoulder has improved "not a lot, but some." He also joked that he would play left field "even if I have to throw left-handed."
Bud Selig was asked about a lot of things on John Feinstein’s radio show. One of note concerned the A’s stadium situation.
According to Joe Stiglich of CSNBayArea.com it’s “a long shot” and if Jaso does return for the postseason he’d be used strictly as a hitter.