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Oakland A's Prospect Q&A: Jon Massad

TROY, NY - Jon Massad made the transition from two-way player to full-time pitcher during his junior year of college. In doing so, his prospects for turning pro went way up. Donald Moore spoke with the 2013 25th-round pick about his second season as a professional baseball player.

A's Collapse Late, Lose Instant Classic to KC

In a game that mirrored the Oakland A's regular season, the A's blew two late leads and fell to the Kansas City Royals, 9-8, in the American League Wild Card game. Kansas City moves on after the 12-inning thriller to play the Los Angeles Angels in the ALDS. The A's now face an off-season filled with questions after a disappointing ending to what, at one time, looked like a historic season.

A's, Royals Announce Wild Card Rosters

The American League Wild Card rosters have been announced, and, as expected, they are heavy on position players.

Blog: 2014 Oakland A's Fall Instructs

The Oakland A's 2014 Fall Instructional League camp is underway. Kimberly Contreras is on the scene in Arizona and will be blogging about the camp for the next several weeks. Keep this page bookmarked for updates. ***UPDATED: September 30***

Wild Card Preview: Battle of the Bullpens

With Jon Lester and James Shields squaring off in the Wild Card game on Tuesday, it is possible that neither the Oakland A’s nor the Kansas City Royals will need to make a call to the bullpen. However, chances are greater that both teams will look to their bullpens at some point in the game. How do the two teams’ bullpens stack-up?

Scout Hot Sheet Sept. 22-29: Gray and Reddick

Sonny Gray and Josh Reddick help lift the slumping Athletics into the playoffs, and a date with the Kansas City Royals in the Wild Card game.

Wild Card Preview: Will Royals Run Wild?

The Kansas City Royals were the best team in the American League at stealing bases in 2014. The Oakland A's struggled to control the running game defensively. Will speed on the bases determine the winner of the American League Wild Card game?

Oakland A's Prospect Q&A: Blake McMullen

TROY, NY - Oakland A's prospect Blake McMullen flashed a promising fastball-slider combination out of the Low-A Beloit and short-season Vermont bullpens this season. Donald Moore spoke with the Oklahoma native about his first full season as a pro.

Wild Card Preview: Jon Lester v James Shields

On Tuesday, September 30, the Oakland A's and the Kansas City Royals will battle for the right to play in the American League Division Series. The A's and Royals will call on their staff aces in that game. We take a close look at the expected starting pitchers in the AL Wild Card game: Jon Lester and James Shields.

Q&A With A's 34th-Round Pick John Nogowski

TROY, NY - Vermont Lake Monsters first baseman John Nogowski has only been a professional baseball player for three months, but he already is embracing his new job with open arms. Donald Moore spoke with the Oakland A's 2014 34th-round pick.

Gray Stands Tall; A's Clinch Wild Card

It wasn't easy, but in the end, the Oakland A's got it done. With a complete-game gem, Sonny Gray carried his team into the post-season in a 4-0 win over the Texas Rangers. The A's will meet the Kansas City Royals in the winner-or-go-home Wild Card on Tuesday.

2014 Year In Review: Year-End Awards

The votes are in! Find out who our staff and our forum community chose for the Oakland A's minor league player, starting pitcher and relief pitcher of the year.