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Athletics' Jesse Hahn: Will enter camp completely healthy
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

A's manager Bob Melvin said recently that Jesse Hahn (forearm) will enter spring training completely healthy, Jane Lee of reports.

The elbow and forearm issues that Hahn dealt with over the second half of last year inevitably led to speculation of a second Tommy John surgery, but it seems the club's cautious approach paid off. That doesn't mean the injury concerns will go away anytime soon, though, as Hahn's health history and the arm stress created by his signature curveball are both red flags. If indeed healthy, Hahn should compete for a rotation spot in spring training.

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Athletics' Stephen Vogt: Undergoes right elbow surgery Friday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Vogt underwent right elbow surgery Friday and is expected to be recovering for four to six weeks and be ready for opening day, Jane Lee of reports.

Vogt apparently started having elbow discomfort when he started throwing after the new year, and the doctors determined that the issue required an arthroscopic procedure after an MRI revealed a bone spur. The 31-year-old backstop could miss the first week or two of spring training games, but it's promising to know that the front office think's he'll be ready by Opening Day. The situation is worth monitoring in case of any setbacks, however.

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Athletics' Sean Doolittle: Entering spring with no restrictions
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At the A's Fanfest on Sunday, Doolittle indicated he has no more shoulder issues and he will not be restricted at all this spring, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

This is great news for the A's after a 2015 which saw Doolittle throw only 12 innings, almost all of which were late in the season. After one May outing where Doolittle's fastball velocity was way down, Doolittle went back to the DL, but did regain most of his velocity by the time he was back closing games in late September. Doolittle relies heavily on his fastball and as long as his velocity is back, he will open the season as the A's closer and hopes to get back to his 2014 form which saw him save 22 games while flashing a 12.8 K/9.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGBilly Burns , CF.294
HRJosh Reddick , RF20
RBIJosh Reddick , RF77
OBPStephen Vogt , C.341
SLGJosh Reddick , RF.449
RBilly Burns , CF70
SBBilly Burns , CF26
WSonny Gray , SP14
ERASonny Gray , SP2.73
WHIPSonny Gray , SP1.08
KSonny Gray , SP169
SVSean Doolittle , RP4

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