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A's Release Four More Minor Leaguers

Davis was on the release list.

Spring Training is a time of optimism and renewal, but it is also a time for difficult roster decisions. The Oakland A's will have a number of tough roster choices to make this spring, as the team has significantly more players at their minor league camp than normal. The cuts began over the weekend. Inside, find out who was let go.

Over the weekend, we reported that Scot Drucker had been released by the organization. We have also learned that four additional players have been let-go: Brad Davis, John Herrera, Eric Sheridan and John Brummett. Davis appeared in 31 games last season, making 16 starts and 15 relief appearances. The left-hander spent most of the season with High-A Stockton, where he posted a 5.17 ERA in 111.... Recommended Stories

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