Michael Guldberg Makes An Impression
Drafted in the third round this year, the Georgia Tech outfielder showed no rust as he got right to work at instructional league.
Sean Murphy: Athletics 2020 Rookie Of The Year
Sean Murphy helped lead the Athletics' pitching staff to the fifth lowest ERA in baseball, all while showing a patient, powerful hitting approach.
Tyler Soderstrom Puts On A Show For A's Officials
The 2020 first-round catcher turned up to the alternate site and immediately impressed with his frame and power.
Kyle McCann Continues To Draw Attention
The 2019 fourth-round catcher impressed the A's during his time in spring training and summer camp.
Greg Deichmann Simplifies His Swing
The 2017 second-rounder owns huge raw power that he intends to access more in games thanks to a swing that is now more in sync.
A.J. Puk Prepares For Next Step
The A's will let the big lefty loose on the American League this season with improved control and a wider arsenal.
A's View Vimael Machin As Rule 5 Prize
The A's worked out a deal to acquire Machin, their top target in the Rule 5 draft, because they value his hitting ability and versatility.
2019 Tony Gwynn Award: Keith Lieppman
Innovative, creative and caring, Lieppman spent 28 years as the Athletics’ farm director.
Brayan Buelvas' Loud Pro Debut Hints At Potential
The 17-year-old Colombian hit his way to the Arizona League, where he showed a wide range of skills on both offense and defense.
Ed Sprague Jr. Knows He Has Big Shoes To Fill
With longtime farm director Keith Lieppman retiring, Ed Sprague Jr. takes the reigns of Oakland's innovative player development department.