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Happy Mother's Day
What would be the perfect Mother's Day story? How about a soft-tossing, off-the-radar lefty who lost his mom to cancer throwing the 19th perfect game in baseball history
Oakland Athletics A COMMITMENT TO MEDIOCRITY
"No, not at all," says president SandyAlderson, though he acknowledges that being in the black isimportant. "We're a team trying to compete on ...
When Mike Bordick left as a free agent in December, the A'sdidn't moan about having to replace the shortstop who had ledthe American ...
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"BILLY BEANE HAS BEGUN ANOTHER RENOVATION--THIS ONE MASSIVE EVEN BY HIS STANDARDS."
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"It's easy, I know, for a manager to sound optimistic in the spring," A's boss Jackie Moore said almost apologetically, "but I'll be honest with you.
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A deep but young team rolls the dice on three discarded veterans
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He has a short swing with leverage and a good idea of the strike zone. ... you square one up at night in Oakland and it dies at the warning track.
1 Oakland Athletics World Series or bust! No excuses for a club that has stalled in the first playoff round
That ticking sound you hear is either Oakland's biological clock--the team has already said it cannot afford to re-sign shortstop Miguel Tejada, ...
Lost In History
From 1929 to 1931, the Philadelphia A's were the best team in baseball, with four future Hall of Famers and a lineup that dominated Babe Ruth's legendary Yankees. So why hasn't anyone heard of them?