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Latest Bob Melvin Items
Bartolo Colon never expected to be pitching at age 40, not in the playoffs, and especially not as the Game 1 starter.
Take heart, baseball fans. Expanded instant replay is on its way, though it may not be the game changer the sport needs.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin still believes he witnessed a home run, and nothing will change his mind.
Umpires failed to reverse a disputed tying home run by Oakland's Adam Rosales after a video review Wednesday. MLB executive vice president Joe Torre says the judgment call by umpire Angel Hernandez and his crew "stands as final."
Athletics manager Bob Melvin says he has been in contact with Major League Baseball regarding the disputed ninth-inning call in Wednesday night's game.
Major League Baseball says the umpires were wrong.
A few hours after he ended the longest game in the majors this season, Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss and his 3-year-old son sat together in the family home and stayed awake to watch television replays.
A few hours after he ended the longest game in the majors this season, Brandon Moss and his 3-year-old son sat together at home and stayed awake to watch television replays.
Bob Melvin has repeatedly described the comfort of managing right at home in the Bay Area _ and Billy Beane has described the comfort in having a winning, "modern-day" manager leading the Oakland Athletics.