The Athletics have been officially eliminated from postseason contention. GM Billy Beane will have his hands full this winter after such a disappointing season.
Bryce Harper homered three times and then declared his Nationals 'the team to beat.' This and much, much more in our updating live blog.
While standing pat may be the best plan in many formats, Al Melchior highlights a handful of players who are worth adding in deeper leagues.
Coco Crisp appears likely to start the season on the disabled list with Josh Reddick; Justin Verlander also might start on the injured list; The Blue Jays have six rookies and four of them start;
Most players obtained through the Rule 5 draft have an uphill climb toward a roster spot, but Al Melchior homes in on a few who could help Fantasy owners as well as their real teams.
Let's preview the "new look" 2015 Oakland A's.
Updates on Mike Minor, Rusney Castillo, Masahiro Tanaka, Coco Crisp, Huston Street and much more come in our nightly roundup.
The Athletics' offseason tear-down could hurt their chances for contention, and Al Melchior explores how it has impacted their offerings for Fantasy owners.
Several players signed contracts to avoid arbitration on Thursday. All of that plus plenty of hot stove rumors headline Thursday's daily news recap.
After acquiring Ben Zobrist and Yunel Escobar on Saturday, the Athletics and manager Bob Melvin have a lot of lineup flexibility.

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