Now reppin’ the green & gold, Alexi Melvin, daughter of A’s manager Bob Melvin, joins us on podcast.
Celebrating the Career of Dennis Eckersley.
Led by manager Art Howe, the 2001 A’s were one of the most talent-laden teams in franchise history. The remarkable part of that season was the club still finished in second place in the AL West behind the Mariners, who had a magical season and reeled off 116 wins. The A’s, who won the AL […]
Did the 2012 A’s overachieve? 95.7 The Game’s Rick Tittle joins the podcast to discuss.
Bill Shaikin is a veteran reporter for the Los Angeles Times and covers the baseball scene down South. He’s also made it a point to provide updates from time to time on the A’s quest for a new ballpark in the city of San Jose. Bill served as president of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America […]
Before I began podcasting, my first love was and always will be writing. So I’m providing more writing content on this site. There has been a great deal of buzz in several media outlets in the last forty-eight hours about the A’s quest to build a new ballpark in the city of San Jose and their […]
The divided fan base was withering and owner Lew Wolff was sabotaging his team’s stay in the city of Oakland. That was a buzz generated by some before last season when A’s GM Billy Beane traded away three All-Star pitchers during the offseason in exchange for a boatload of prospects and question marks. Many felt […]
Billy Beane is best known for his brilliance in assembling a competitive club on an inferior budget. Staying relevant through reliable data, creativity and calculated courage to occasionally trade away his top pitchers in exchange for a bundle of B-listers has triggered other general managers to follow suit. Beyond his winning formula, however, I want […]
Ken Korach, the A’s radio voice, discusses his forthcoming book on the late broadcasting legend Bill King.