I remember I once went to an A’s game in September of 1985 with my Dad. Playing left field that night was a guy called Canesco, or so I thought.
I love sports drafts. It’s a time when excitement builds over adding young, fresh talent to your team. In every sport except baseball, there is also the undying angst of
Are the A’s really this bad? Yes. Sorry, but they stink. Are the Astros really this good? No. But I wanted to take a closer look at Houston because they
The Oakland Raiders need a new home and the fans are torn between the two options. Having found success in both Oakland and Los Angeles, the Raiders are a rarity
After doing what they always do, the Colorado Rockies are probably going to have to trade the franchise’s most talented player in relatively short order. The Rockies began the season 7-2,
The temptation to lash out in this space again and point a finger at the shortcomings and general malaise of the A’s shall be rebuffed today. It’s too easy to
Last-ros? Try First-ros. Houston departed Oakland yesterday with a three-game sweep and left a stadium filled with confused players and angry fans. How could this be? The A’s are the