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Well, my quest for a second straight championship in the RotoBaller Expert's League fell short. Congrats to Max Petrie for pulling away mercilessly in the final few weeks. Luckily I was able to hold off the aggressive pushes from Brad Johnson and Kyle Bishop to finish in second place. For those of you keeping track... Read More

A's closer Blake Treinen had successful surgery to remove a cyst from his right middle finger last Friday. He is expected to be at 100 percent for the start of spring training. Treinen served as the A's closer down the stretch in 2017 after a disastrous start of the season for the Nationals. Treinen closed... Read More

 

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A's closer Blake Treinen is having surgery later this week to remove a small cyst from his middle finger. The injury is minor in nature and did not affect his pitching down the stretch this season. Treinen will be the favorite to close games for the A's next season, barring any major bullpen overhauls in... Read More

Oakland A's outfielder Dustin Fowler is expected to be at 100 percent at the start of spring training and be ready to compete for the starting center field job. Fowler ruptured his patella in his first game with the New York Yankees, requiring season ending surgery. Fowler was then traded to the A's in the... Read More

The A's front office effectively confirmed that Jed Lowrie will be brought back and will start at second base in 2018. Billy Beane went as far as to say that Lowrie had "one of the best years ever by an Oakland second baseman." While this news effectively tickets Franklin Barreto to Triple-A (or another organization)... Read More

I'm not crying, you're crying! Welcome to the last day of the 2017 MLB regular season. I have thoroughly enjoyed giving you sub-par DFS advice all season, and want more than anyone for you to hit the big money today in the season's finale. Today will be one of the strangest days of the entire... Read More

This Saturday has a full slate of games, so it's time to build some lineups. With several different contests being offered across FanDuel and DraftKings, you'll have lots of different lineup options. For our purposes, the following picks have been made for contests running all day. In this article, I will be providing you with my... Read More

The season is coming to an end, but we continue to feature large Friday slates. It isn't shocking, as the MLB continues to fight for views. Tonight, we have plenty of options for varying price tags, which makes lineup construction fairly easy. In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy baseball lineup... Read More

Sean Manaea Not Restricted Thursday

A's manager Bob Melvin, who just signed a one-year extension to remain with the club, said that starter Sean Manaea will not be limited in Thursday's start against the Rangers. Manaea had a cortisone shot a few days ago and feels great, so the A's will let him pitch restriction free in his last start... Read More

Chad Pinder Done for the Season

A's right fielder Chad Pinder has officially been shut down for the season after being slow to recover from concussion symptoms. He does however say that he is feeling much better after sleeping well for the last two nights. Pinder hit .240 with 15 home runs and two steals this season, and has a real... Read More

Welcome to Streaming Wars, your one-stop shop for streaming the waiver wire. Use this column to improve upon your neediest categories in this, the final week of the season. Below are your pitcher and hitter streaming targets for Friday, September 29. Let's get to it.   Agenda The Final Volume Today's Weather and Updates Tomorrow's Picks... Read More

A's prospect Franklin Barreto is drawing the start at second base on Wednesday, batting ninth. With Matt Olson (leg) done for the season Ryon Healy has shifted over to first base, giving the A's a rotating designated hitter spot. Jed Lowrie will draw the start at DH, allowing the A's to get another look at... Read More

Welcome to Streaming Wars, your one-stop shop for streaming the waiver wire. Use this column to improve upon your neediest categories in this, the final week of the season. Below are your pitcher and hitter streaming targets for Thursday, September 28. Let's get to it.   Agenda Run Rabbit, Run Today's Weather and Updates Tomorrow's... Read More

The Oakland Athletics will start Renato Nunez as the team's designated hitter Tuesday evening. Nunez has had some nice numbers in the minors but only has one hit in six at-bats since his recent call-up. Nunez can be avoided tonight in a tough matchup versus James Paxton. He should see some at-bats with Chad Pinder... Read More

Matt Joyce Sits Versus Lefty

Oakland Athletics outfielder Matt Joyce will rest Tuesday versus the left-handed James Paxton. Joyce has had a nice season with 24 home runs and 66 RBI despite hitting just .238. Mark Canha will bat sixth and start in right field tonight. Canha has struggled all season with a .219 batting average and can be avoided... Read More

Boog Powell Done for the Year

As expected, the A's have shut down center fielder Boog Powell (knee) for the rest of the season. Powell was considered a long-shot to return after still feeling soreness after hitting in the cages. Powell has been a nice add for the A's, having hit .282 with three home runs in 117 at-bats. Jake Smolinski... Read More

Jharel Cotton Done for the Season

Despite a clean MRI, the A's have decided to shut down starter Jharel Cotton for the remainder of the season. Cotton will throw another bullpen, but the A's do not want to risk injury to their 25-year-old starter before heading into the offseason. Instead Sean Manaea, Raul Alcantara, Daniel Gossett and Daniel Mengden will start... Read More

Welcome to Streaming Wars, your one-stop shop for streaming the waiver wire. Use this column to improve upon your neediest categories in this, the final week of the season. Below are your pitcher and hitter streaming targets for Wednesday, September 27. Let's get to it.   Agenda Fish and Flips Today's Weather and Updates Tomorrow's... Read More

Championship week is among us! If you have made it this far, you are certainly doing something right. With the final week among us I will be digging deep to find some hot bats to help you out in the final week.  As I normally mention, when it comes to the back-end of your rosters... Read More

Matt Olson Done for the Year

A's slugging first baseman Matt Olson has officially been diagnosed with a Grade 2 hamstring strain, which almost guarantees he will not play again this season. Olson has been a machine over the last month of the season, blasting 15 home runs in his last 25 games and finishing the year with 23 home runs... Read More

A's starter Jharel Cotton's MRI revealed no structural damage on Monday, meaning he still may get one more start in before the season's end. Cotton was solid in his last outing, tossing five shutout innings with one hit, one walk and six strikeouts. However, his 5.58 ERA and 1.41 WHIP on the year make him... Read More

Today's Starting Pitcher Rankings (9/26/17)

Below you will find our fantasy baseball and DFS rankings for all of today's projected starting pitchers (September 26th). It's the fantasy baseball homestretch, so be sure to add and start the right pitchers daily. The concept is pretty straight forward. We round up our daily pitcher rankings, which will hopefully help you make your start/sit... Read More

Jharel Cotton (elbow) had an MRI on Monday. The results are not out yet, making his status for another start this year very much up in the air. Cotton tossed five shutout innings on Sunday, surrendering only one hit and one walk while striking out six. It was a solid outing for the 25-year-old, lowering... Read More

Updating previous reports, Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin indicated Monday that first baseman Matt Olson (hamstring) is likely done for the season. Olson tweaked his hamstring while stretching for a throw on Sunday and Melvin said that the injury the first baseman is dealing with typically requires at least a week to heal. He will... Read More

Updating an earlier report, A's right fielder Chad Pinder (head) says he is feeling better after dealing with a concussion, and that he would like to play again this season. He says he hopes he can make the trip with the team to Texas. It would make sense for the A's to be extra cautious... Read More

Sean Manaea Expects to Start Thursday

A's starter Sean Manaea threw a bullpen session on Monday and said he expects to start Thursday's game against the Rangers. Manaea has 11 wins in 28 starts this season, having pitched to a 4.56 ERA and an ugly 1.42 WHIP. He has had issues throwing strikes, walking 3.08 batters per nine innings on the... Read More

Matt Olson to Have MRI Monday

Updating an earlier report, Matt Olson says his hamstring feels worse today than it did yesterday. He is planning to get an MRI done tonight. While this is nothing official, it certainly makes his chances of returning this season seem much slimmer. More will be known after the results of his MRI are revealed. Olson... Read More

Oakland A's slugger Matt Olson (hamstring) will take a seat on Monday. Ryon Healy will play first base in his absence, allowing Khris Davis to DH with Mark Canha playing left and Jake Smolinski playing center. Olson is nursing hamstring tightness and will get a day to rest up. It does not sound like this... Read More

Boog Powell's Return in Jeopardy

A's center fielder Boog Powell (knee) is still feeling sore, putting a return this season in serious jeopardy. Powell was able to hit in the cages a few days ago but has not progressed much beyond that. If he is unable to return this season, look for Mark Canha and possibly Franklin Barreto to play... Read More

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