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03/26/2020
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Oakland
Here are some of the guys they could look at to fill their vacancies: The Stabilizer: Stephen Piscotty Age: 28 Hits: Right Plays: Right Field 2019 stats: . line with 13 home runs and a 0.6 WAR in 393 PA Contract Status: $28.5 million through 2023 with a $15 million club option for 2024 ($1 million buyout) How it works: Piscotty is coming off a relatively poor season, but he has an appealing contract, he's at an age where he's unlikely to decline, and his career wRC+ is a sturdy 112. He's not a star by any means, but he's a set-it-and-forget-it right-fielder who would bring some certainty to a group that isn't overflowing with it. Continue to Article
November 13, 2019 3:31:pm EST
Oakland
Hall of Famer Tony La Russa was hired by the Los Angeles Angels as senior adviser for baseball operation on Tuesday. The 75-year-old La Russa will assist in all areas of baseball operations, including evaluations of major league baseball and development of minor leaguers, Angels general manager Billy Eppler said in a news release. "As our paths have crossed over the years, Tony and I discussed the potential of working together and we're excited to finally get that opportunity. Continue to Article
November 12, 2019 8:37:pm EST
Oakland
For years, the NFL has held a stereotype that the quarterback position had to featured a tall, unathletic man with a cannon for an arm. However, the history of the league saw plenty of men who had manned the position that was smaller than the average QB and could run with the best athletes on the field, and still have a cannon in their arm. Here are some of those players in today's game. Continue to Article
November 11, 2019 11:16:am EST
Minnesota
The Twins won 100+ games for just the second time in franchise history, completing a 23-win jump from the season before as they cruised to their first AL Central title since 2010. The biggest reason for the improvement was a powerful offense that set a major league record with 307 home runs. Five players reached the 30-homer plateau for Minnesota, which was also a major league record. Continue to Article
November 04, 2019 11:23:am EST
Oakland
Despite another rag-tag group of starting pitchers, the Athletics won 97 games for the second straight year. Marcus Semien was the team's best overall player, setting new career-highs in homers (33), RBI (92) and OPS (.892) while playing excellent defense at shortstop. Matt Chapman had some ups and downs, but still managed a career-best 36 homers and continued his Gold Glove play at third base. Continue to Article
October 30, 2019 9:31:am EST
 
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