Tag Archives: Oakland A’s

Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Second half begins

With the All-Star festivities behind us, the unofficial ‘second half’ of the MLB season begins

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Making a choice

The Oakland A’s have rolled the dice

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Gwynn, Kershaw and more

A legend passes, whilst another pitches a no-hitter

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Precious Porter

Those fabled old ‘unwritten rules’ of baseball frequently come along and cause confusion

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Injury prevention

It makes you wonder if there is a fundamental inevitability at play. Is it simply a biological fact that the structure of a human elbow (and shoulder) doesn’t marry up well with the demands of a repeated high velocity overarm throwing action?

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Spring Training begins

We’re into March already and whilst some may be left wondering how the first two months of the year have flown by, us baseball fans have no need to get weighed down by such trivialities.

March means Spring Training, which means baseball is finally back for another year after the long winter months

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Offseason so far: AL West

We complete a round-up of the offseason so far in the American League by reviewing the comings and goings from the AL West division.

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Rounding the Bases: More deals

Seattle welcomes their new second baseman

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Rounding the Bases: Deals completed with more on the way

Catching up on the MLB transaction news ahead of the Winter Meetings

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Rounding the Bases

Arguably the biggest news of the past week has been the surprise announcement that the Braves are planning to leave Turner Field for a new facility 10 miles away, with the projected opening being in 2017

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