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The Oakland A's named Ryan Christenson as bench coach on Bob Melvin's coaching staff for the 2018 season, the club announced Thursday. Chip Hale, who moved from third base to bench coach in mid-June, will return to third base. The remainder of the A's coaching staff will return in the same roles.
Ryon Healy calls him "a living highlight reel." Jharel Cotton couldn't decide on just one play that was his favorite.
The A's offseason is predominantly expected to be a continuation of a youth movement that started at midseason.
After being dealt to the A's by the Nationals in early 2017, Sheldon Neuse put his raw power on display at Class A and Double-A. He did more of the same on Wednesday afternoon. Neuse, Oakland's No. 14 prospect, went 3-for-4 with a grand slam and four RBIs as he led Mesa to a 9-4 win over Scottsdale.
Blake Treinen has undergone surgery to remove a cyst on the middle finger of his pitching hand, the A's announced Monday. Treinen, who is expected to make a full recovery in six weeks, underwent the procedure by Dr. McPherson Bell on Friday in Portland, Ore.
Matt Olson and A.J. Puk were named the A's Hitting and Pitching Prospects of the Year by MLBPipeline.com.
Who do the Athletics have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Oakland's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
The A's ushered in a youth movement in 2017, pivoting from plans to compete when it became clear that doing so would not be their reality. Consequently, several veterans exited via trade, allowing the club to prioritize playing time for many prospects.
Buoyed by an encouraging second half, the A's are heading into the offseason optimistic as ever.
Athletics outfielder Khris Davis had one more blast for the Rangers before the season was over.
A slew of contenders will be in play for next year's A's rotation as questions abound ahead of the spring season.
Both the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers had designs on the postseason in 2017. For a variety of reasons, things didn't work out as planned. The consolation prize? Getting to pick at the top of the 2018 Draft.
With Kendall Graveman's pitching services no longer needed this season, the A's right-hander picked up a part-time job.
Andrew Cashner earned his career-high 11th victory in helping pitch the Rangers to an 8-4 victory over the Athletics on Saturday night at Globe Life Park.
Shin-Soo Choo had a two-run homer and Nomar Mazara knocked in two runs, giving him 99 RBIs on the season, as the Rangers edged the A's. Jed Lowrie got his 48th double, the most for a player in Oakland A's history, and Renato Nunez connected for a three-run homer, the first of his career.
Khris Davis is becoming a more balanced hitter, as on Friday he earned his 72nd and 73rd walks of the season -- 31 more than he had a year ago. In the process, his on-base percentage has jumped from .306 in 2016 to .332.
The Oakland A's agreed to terms with manager Bob Melvin on a one-year contract extension through the 2019 season, the club announced Thursday. His most recent extension was set to expire at the end of the 2018 season.
The A's continued their recent mastery against the Rangers with a 4-1 victory in the opener of a four-game, season-ending series at Globe Life Park on Thursday night. Texas lost its seventh game in a row.
A's left-hander Sean Manaea capped an erratic season in steady fashion, tossing 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball in a 4-1 win over the Rangers at Globe Life Park on Thursday night.
Mark Canha hit a solo homer in the ninth to give the A's their 11th walk-off win of the season, a 6-5 victory over the Mariners on Wednesday afternoon at Oakland Coliseum.
A's outfielder Matt Joyce capped off Oakland's home slate with a career day.
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The A's gave out their team awards this week during the final home series of the season. Reliever Liam Hendriks received the Dave Stewart Community Service Award, while infielder Jed Lowrie won the Catfish Hunter Award.
Khris Davis continues to make the Coliseum look small, and his teammates have followed suit. Davis belted his 42nd homer of the season in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Mariners, matching the career mark he set last year. More than half -- 26 -- have been recorded within the confines of the cavernous Coliseum, helping the A's set a record.
Two former A's -- Yonder Alonso and Danny Valencia -- provided big blasts to power the Mariners to a 6-3 win in Oakland on Tuesday night.
The A's won't see Jharel Cotton pitch again this season. Instead of starting against the Rangers on Friday, the rookie right-hander will be limited to an extended bullpen session before his offseason begins. Cotton underwent an MRI on his pitching elbow Monday that came back clean.
A's fan gets 2 foul balls on lucky bounce
The Mariners cruised to a 7-1 series-opening victory in Oakland on Monday night, slugging four home runs -- including two off the bat of Mitch Haniger -- to snap the A's seven-game winning streak.
Catcher Bruce Maxwell kneeled during the national anthem on Saturday, becoming the first Major League player to protest during the "Star Spangled Banner". He did so again before Sunday's finale against the Rangers.
This young A's fan made a nice catch
Jharel Cotton tossed five scoreless innings and Khris Davis drilled his 41st home run as part of a five-run fifth inning as the A's topped the Rangers, who fell 5 1/2 games back of the Twins for the second AL Wild Card spot. The A's, who have won seven in a row, also got two RBIs from Matt Chapman and Jed Lowrie. Nomar Mazara hit his 20th home run of the season for the Rangers.