Deception, naturally, is deceivingly complex.
Clayton Kershaw’s fifth-inning matchup against Josh Reddick was short and sweet. And maybe a little mean.
Can opportunistic offense rise up against postseason pitching?
On the 31st episode of the DFA podcast, Bryan and R.J. had so much fun talking about the surging Indians last week, that they choose to follow the same format this week. This time, the topics du jour are the two other playoff teams: the (quiet) Washington Nationals and the (loud) Houston Astros.
Houston got to work in a hurry, trading for Brian McCann and signing Josh Reddick and Charlie Morton.
Can the A’s outfielder sustain his outstanding start?
If these players are on your league’s waiver wire, they might be worth a look, depending on the format in which you play.
A power-packed middle of the order and a postseason darling on the mound are among the players who ought to pique your interest in Bob Melvin’s bunch.
The A’s bring up a power-hitting outfielder, though his window to contribute meaningfully may not open until next year.
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
If you can believe in Chris Carter, you can believe in this year’s Athletics.
There were 45 games played this weekend and Matt watched every single one.
Are the Mariners the next Orioles or are the Orioles the next Mariners?
Is it too soon to write the obituary for the 2012 Oakland A’s?