A's Press Releases
Friday, March 27, 2015
A's option RHP Ryan Cook to Triple-A Nashville
The Oakland A's optioned right-handed pitcher Ryan Cook to Triple-A Nashville, the club announced today.
A's reassign seven to Minor League camp
The Oakland A's reassigned left-handed pitchers Brad Mills and Ryan Verdugo, right-handed pitchers Fernando Rodriguez and Kevin Whelan, catcher Carson Blair and infielders Matt Olson and Joey Wendle to their minor league camp, the club announced today.
A's Continue Award-Winning "Green Collar Baseball" Campaign
The Oakland Athletics and their advertising agency, Hub Strategy & Communication of San Francisco, are launching the fifth season of their award-winning marketing campaign, "Green Collar Baseball," a fully-integrated program featuring television commercials, and print, outdoor and digital advertisements.
A's Announce CT Scans Negative on OF Sam Fuld
The Oakland Athletics announced today that CT scans were negative on outfielder Sam Fuld. The tests were performed at Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center. Fuld will be reevaluated tomorrow and is day-to-day.
A's Option IF Renato Nuñez and IF Rangel Ravelo
The Oakland A's optioned infielder Rangel Ravelo to Triple-A Nashville and infielder Renato Nuñez to Double-A Midland, the club announced today.
A's option two players and reassign four to Minor League camp
The Oakland A's optioned right-handed pitcher Chad Smith and left-handed pitcher Eury De La Rosa to Triple-A Nashville the club announced today. In addition the A's also reassigned right-handed pitcher Matt Buschmann, catcher Bruce Maxwell and infielders Alden Carrithers and Niuman Romero to their minor league camp.
A's option two players and reassign three to minor league camp
The Oakland A's optioned right-handed pitcher Arnold Leon to Triple-A Nashville and right-handed pitcher Raul Alcantara to Double-A Midland, the club announced today.
A's INF Rangel Ravelo undergoes successful right wrist surgery
The Oakland A's announced today that infielder Rangel Ravelo underwent successful surgery on his right wrist.
Will Ferrell to play for Oakland A's tomorrow
The Oakland Athletics today announced Will Ferrell will be at Hohokam Stadium tomorrow, participating in a once-in-a-lifetime role for the lifelong baseball fan, as production begins on a new special from Funny Or Die, in partnership with Major League Baseball, to air exclusively on HBO later this year.