The hot-hitting A's busted out for five runs in the first inning en route to an 8-2 victory over the White Sox at Hohokam Stadium on Friday afternoon.
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Stephen Vogt stepped to the plate in the first inning Friday afternoon with two runners on base. Earlier in the day, the A's catcher spoke about his habitual approach in such situations last season: "It was more like, 'Hey, we gotta drive both of these guys in,' rather than, 'Hey, let's walk and let the pitcher work.'"
A's outfielder Khris Davis is being held out of game action for a few days because of a minor right quad issue, manager Bob Melvin said Friday.
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A's right-hander Kendall Graveman has been called on to make the first Opening Day start of his career.
The A's counted off four home runs against Brewers Opening Day starter Junior Guerra, including two from Yonder Alonso, in a 15-5 slugfest at Hohokam Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
Raul Alcantara is doing his best to keep it a three-man race for the last two spots in the A's rotation.
There is only so much to glean from pitchers' outings in the early going of spring. The evaluation process hurries along, though, when their workloads are increased, and there was plenty to draw from A's rotation candidate Andrew Triggs' latest outing Wednesday.
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Andrew Triggs is fighting for a spot in the Oakland rotation and he enhanced those chances by allowing two runs over five innings during a 5-3 victory over the White Sox at Camelback Ranch.
Astros' No. 13 prospect J.D. Davis is hitting well lately, going 3-for-4 on Wednesday and notching multihit games in three of his past six contests.
The A's want your Giants caps. No, really. They're willing to give fans a new green and gold cap in exchange for their East Bay loyalty.
Yonder Alonso and Trevor Plouffe continued their strong springs for the A's with two hits and two RBIs each as Oakland topped the Mariners, 8-5, Tuesday despite a productive return by Robinson Cano from the World Baseball Classic.
A's ace Sonny Gray has been cleared to resume throwing just two weeks after being diagnosed with a moderate strain of the lat muscle on the right side of his back.
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A's manager Bob Melvin is in the early stages of plotting out his bullpen configuration, a process that could potentially be ongoing through the season. Melvin has several closing options on the table and may not necessarily single out just one ahead of Opening Day, noting Tuesday that it will likely be a fluid situation. The players involved, he said, are on board with just about anything.
Matt Chapman could hardly contain his excitement. Khris Davis hardly knew who the kid was. The meeting proved memorable for both.
Chris Owings collected two hits, including a triple, and Jeremy Hazelbaker hit a go-ahead, two-run single to lead the D-backs to a 10-6 victory over the A's at Hohokam Stadium on Monday night.
Members of the 2016 Double-A Midland squad were gifted their Texas League championship rings before the A's game against the D-backs on Monday, a group that included big leaguer Ryon Healy.
Jesse Hahn had his first bad day of the spring Sunday, enduring a seven-run stinker against the host Rockies at Salt River Fields, where he scattered eight hits in 3 1/3 innings.
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Using his rising fastball and full complement of secondary pitches, Rockies righty Jon Gray stifled a representative Athletics lineup to the tune of seven strikeouts in five one-run innings of a 9-2 victory Sunday at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
Outfielder Jaff Decker, who was quietly emerging as the potential favorite to land the A's final roster spot, has an oblique injury that could change those plans.
Promising pitching prospect Daniel Gossett was sent to Minor League camp Sunday morning, but it may not be long before the A's see him again.
A's right-hander Kendall Graveman, soon likely to be named the club's Opening Day starter, was superb in his latest Cactus League outing, facing just one over the minimum through six innings in a 2-1 victory over the Padres at Hohokam Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The A's have let go of longtime slogan "Green Collar Baseball" in favor of "Rooted in Oakland," which drives home a recurring message emphasizing their commitment to the city.
The A's resumed camp without Franklin Barreto on Saturday morning, one day after their top prospect was optioned to Triple-A Nashville -- a move that will guarantee him more playing time as Oakland's regulars ramp up their workload ahead of Opening Day.
Catcher Ryan Lavarnway returned to A's camp Friday morning, hardly yet feeling the effects of jet lag following a 14-hour flight from Japan, but instead eager to share about his "life-changing" experience with Team Israel in the World Baseball Classic.
A's outfielder Jake Smolinski underwent surgery Thursday to repair the labrum in his right throwing shoulder, which could potentially preclude him from game action for the entire season.
Chris Owings' two-run triple in the first inning propelled the D-backs to victory behind rotation candidate Archie Bradley, who delivered five innings of one-run ball in a 3-2 win over the A's at Hohokam Stadium on Friday afternoon. On the opposing side, A's infielder Ryon Healy notched his fourth homer of the spring, a solo shot against Bradley in the fourth.
Matt Joyce wants a library in his house one day -- one room with wall-to-wall books, most of which he will already have read.
Andrew Triggs knows what's at stake and his margin for error.
The Indians are still getting a read on Austin Jackson's defensive progress, given that the center fielder is coming back from a left knee injury. Offensively, Jackson has already impressed, and that continued in a 6-5 Cactus League victory over the A's on Thursday at Goodyear Ballpark.
Just a few hours after manager Bob Melvin finished singing the praises of the A's Franklin Barreto on Thursday, the just-turned-21-year-old went out and backed up his skipper.