Posted By Gordon Dixon On October 12th 2012. Under MLB, NFL Tags: andrew luck, Arian Foster, baltimore orioles, Carlos Beltran, detroit tigers, drew brees, elias sports bureau, Houston Texans, indianapolis colts, Justin Verlander, manny machado, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, oakland a's, pete kozma, ryan flaherty, st louis cardinals, Washington Nationals, Wes Welker .
As the official statistician of MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and the WNBA the Elias Sports Bureau provides a look into sports that goes beyond the home run saving grabs, made-for-highlight-reel stiffarms, and ankle breaking crossovers. They sift through the streaks, trends, and numbers to often provide us with interesting and little known bits of information about our ... Read More
Get well soon... Earlier this week Oakland A's pitcher Brandon McCarthy was the victim of what has to be a pitcher's worst nightmare when he was struck in the head by a line drive off the bat Erick Aybar. If you care to watch the video you can do so ... Read More
Oakland A's pitcher Bartolo Colon has been suspended for 50 games by Major League Baseball for violating the league's drug policy. According to multiple reports, Colon tested positive for testosterone. The A's released the following statement regarding Colon's suspension: “The Oakland Athletics are disappointed to learn of today’s suspension of pitcher ... Read More
The media attention around the Oakland A's this spring has been unlike recent years thanks to the signing of Cuban defector Yoenis Cespedes. The 26 year-old outfielder had four hits, including a home run during a simulated game on Wednesday. He had three more hits, and another homer, in a ... Read More
Last year the Oakland A's were 12th in the American League in both home runs (114) and runs batted in (645). Their division should be better than it was a year ago with the Rangers adding Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish and the Angels signing Albert Pujols. The Mariners have been busy ... Read More
Posted By Gordon Dixon On December 10th 2011. Under Headline, MLB Tags: Atlanta Braves, Chicago White Sox, colorado rockies, houston astros, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets, New York Yankees, oakland a's, octavio dotel, octavio dotel 13 teams, octavio dotel sets record, Pittsburgh Pirates, st louis cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays .
Veteran relief pitcher Octavio Dotel agreed to a 1-year deal with the Detroit Tigers on Friday and when he makes his first appearance he will set a record by playing for his 13th franchise. Dotel started last season with the Toronto Blue Jays and finished with the world champion St. ... Read More