When the A's called up Ryon Healy, he held his own at a new position
In a time when winning has a big price tag, losing has its own reward.
The A's have been quiet on the international front, but that changed in 2016.
If ever a player seemed like a fit for the A’s, it is Daniel Mengden
It was a shock to the A's that A.J. Puk was available.
After his big 2015, Ryon Healy looked for a way to hit more home runs.
Daniel Mengden pitches with a flair that the old-timers would have adored.
James Harris has fit in with the A’s hitting approach.
J.P. Sportman is one of those guys who has that knack for getting noticed.
A year after the Donaldson deal, Franklin Barreto is emerging
Dakota Chalmers made progress in the Rookie-level Arizona League
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