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A's OF Smolinski has right shoulder surgery

Oakland Athletics outfielder Jake Smolinski had an arthroscopic procedure Thursday on his right shoulder to repair his labrum and will be in a sling for the next four weeks.

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Jim Bowden

Worry about Sonny Gray's spring struggles

Gray's stock couldn't have been higher after 2015, but last year's disastrous season and his injury this spring have his value approaching rock bottom.

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A's manager exits Arizona for personal matter

Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin has left spring training to tend to a personal matter. Bench coach Mark Kotsay will manage the A's during Melvin's absence.


BBTN: Division Race X Factors, Mariners' Dipoto

A chat with Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto follows Buster Olney's discussion with Karl Ravech and Justin Havens about Sonny Gray's health, X factors in each division and more. Plus, Doug Glanville lends perspective on Tim Tebow and rules changes.

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A's lose ace Gray indefinitely to lat strain

Oakland Athletics ace Sonny Gray will begin the season on the disabled list with a lat strain and has been shut down from throwing for the next three weeks.

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A's RHP Sonny Gray likely to start season on DL with lat strain. Few in fantasy world were viewing him as top-60 starter. Hard to invest at all now in standard.

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A's Problem Projection: Defensive Runs Saved

Oakland is projected to finish dead-last in Defensive Runs Saved by a wide margin. Can new additions Trevor Plouffe and Rajai Davis shore things up?

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A's ace Gray denied WBC insurance coverage

Oakland A's ace Sonny Gray won't pitch in the WBC because he was denied insurance coverage for the event. The company that insures players cited Gray's lack of innings after his August DL return.

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Swisher, 2 years after last MLB game, retires

Nick Swisher has officially retired from baseball after a 12-year major league playing career that included a World Series title with the Yankees.

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Prospects who can make a major impact in 2017

Andrew Benintendi and Dansby Swanson have already produced in the majors, but they're not the only prospects who can help their clubs this season.

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Star Wars, love and a reliever

Oakland's Sean Doolittle didn't wait for Feb. 14 to make a big, romantic gesture, so, like many pitchers and catchers, he has simple plans for the holiday.

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Vote: Which winning streak is most impressive?

The University of Connecticut women's basketball team won its 100th straight game Monday, putting the Huskies in elite company in terms of sports' longest winning streaks. How do they compare?

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.5125th
Quality Starts69Tied-18th
Batting Average.24626th
On Base Percentage.30428th
Slugging Percentage.39526th

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