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Latest Bob Melvin Items
Pat Neshek was overcome with emotion when he found out his teammates were taking the field wearing patches honoring his late son.
Oakland Athletics left-hander Brett Anderson will miss the rest of the regular season because of a strain of his right oblique.
Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan had a blazing fastball, the first ever clocked at 100 mph, during 27 seasons that included 5,714 strikeouts and seven no-hitters. Mariano Rivera has used a devastating, bat-cracking cutter for a record 608 saves to be part of five World Series championships with the New York Yankees.
Manny Ramirez is a free agent again after he asked the Oakland Athletics to release him and the team granted his request on Friday.
The Washington Nationals and Oakland Athletics both viewed the Gio Gonzalez trade as a key step toward getting where they want to go. It's just that one team is trying to get there a little sooner.
After watching the YouTube promotional video of the five-tool outfielder with a sculpted body and freakish athleticism, the Oakland Athletics were eager to see Cuban defector Yoenis Cespedes up close.
The Oakland Athletics have their opening day starter, and it's right-hander Brandon McCarthy.
Athletics third baseman Scott Sizemore will miss the entire 2012 season after tearing a ligament in his left knee last weekend during Oakland's first full-squad workout.
Bob Melvin wasted no time making changes to his Oakland coaching staff after receiving a new three-year deal last week to stay put as manager.