On Tuesday we brought you the thoughts of A’s reliever Brian Fuentes who ripped manager Bob Geren for his lack of communication regarding bullpen roles.
Articles tagged: Oakland A’s
I’ve started to pick up on a somewhat of a theme over the past few weeks. For whatever reason, MLB players don’t seem to like when things they say end up as catch phrases on t-shirts.
I learned my lesson (for the 82nd time) this year, that you can never underestimate Billy Beane.
Quickly, what’s the best team in the AL? If you were thinking Boston, New York, Cleveland, or Anaheim, you’re wrong.
This touches me, and pretty much anyone who read the outstanding book by Michael Lewis, Moneyball, deeply.
Which makes me quite pleased as an Angels fan. As I told my buddy Alan today, this could be the year they finish at the bottom of the division.
OK, first check the final score of the game, and then check the scoring summary below:
Pretty impressive huh? The A’s were held to just four runs, but miraculously Nick Swisher drove in six.
An opening day preview of the Oakland Athletics including a list of what fans should and shouldn’t be excited about, how the off-season went, and where the club will finish