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What to Make of the 2013 A’s

February 5th, 2013

I put on an A’s shirt this morning, and as I did so I thought about how pitchers and catchers are reporting to spring training in a week and that I haven’t written a single blog post this offseason. It’s not that I haven’t been paying attention to the moves that have been made, but… […]

Well the non-waiver trade deadline is six days away, and the A’s are fighting with the Mariners to stay out of last place in the AL West. So, what’s a selling team to do? There aren’t going to be any blockbusters, but there will be something. Here are my suggestions: Trade Coco Crisp: He’s given […]

2011 A’s Taking Shape

December 16th, 2010

With the addition of Hideki Matsui this week as the A’s DH, we can start filling in more spots on the depth chart. I added Matsui at DH and also put David DeJesus in left field. Chris Carter is a man without a position right now, but he could play left field and DeJesus could […]

The 2011 Depth Chart

November 4th, 2010

Yesterday the A’s picked up the options on both Coco Crisp and Mark Ellis, and declined on Eric Chavez. So with that, we’ve got five starting position spots filled – six if you count the DH. Here is where we stand. I am leaving Chris Carter at DH for now, as left field is a […]

As Mediocre as it Gets

October 5th, 2010

81-81. So the 2010 lost as many games as they won. OR, they won as many games as they lost. The glass is either half empty or half full, I suppose. But either way, it’s exactly half, good (or bad?) for second place in the AL West. I guess not having a losing season is […]

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