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I wasn’t exactly thrilled nor agitated when I heard about the Athletics signing free agent Billy Butler to a 3 year, 30 million dollar deal. He was fun to watch when the Royals made their run to the World Series, yet in the end he is nothing more than one of those charismatic players that fair-weather fans clamor for 286 more words
I won’t forget July 4th, hearing the news that the Oakland A’s traded for Jeff Samardzija. At that time, the A’s were 3.5 games up on the Angels and had the best record in baseball at 53-33. 620 more words
I won’t forget July 4th, hearing the news that the Oakland A’s traded for Jeff Samardzija. At that time, the A’s were 3.5 games up on the Angels and had the best record in baseball at 53-33. 621 more words
My hours with Bud: Personal insights from A's Owner Lew Wolff on outgoing MLB Commissioner Bud Selig
I recently had lunch with Lew Wolff, owner and managing partner of the Oakland Athletics. Our wide-ranging discussion of Major League Baseball included Lew’s relationship with his friend of 60 years, Commissioner Bud Selig, and Selig’s retirement at the end of the season. 1,282 more words
The Oakland Athletics are checking out the possibility of building a new stadium on the same site of their current home.
The A’s announced Friday that architectural consultant 360 Architecture will evaluate design options for a new ballpark which would keep the team in Oakland. 88 more words