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Griffin is scheduled to have elbow surgery Wednesday, and will miss the entire season with fellow starter Jarrod Parker. Oakland manager Bob Melvin announced the plan for Griffin's surgery on Tuesday, after the pitcher got a second opinion from Dr.
Clayton Kershaw is arguably the best pitcher in baseball. He’s dedicated to his craft, serious about keeping in shape, doesn’t get into trouble and is the epitome of what clubs want to invest their money in on and off the field.
Jarrod Parker's Tommy John surgery on Monday went well, according to both Parker and the A's. After having the surgery to replace the ligament in his right elbow for the second time in five years, the right-hander who had been scheduled to be Oakland'
You had to figure Major League Baseball would pay tribute to the great Dr. Frank Jobe at some point this season for his contribution to the game. Maybe it's just me, but they seem to be overdoing it with all these pitchers needing Tommy John surgery,
Norwell graduate Jarrod Parker will have season-ending surgery to replace an elbow ligament. It's not only a blow for the Fort Wayne native because it'll be the second Tommy John surgery of his career he had it done in 2009 when he was in the minor
Griffin in the rotation to start the season, and the expectation is that Jarrod Parker will receive similar news come Monday. Griffin had an MRI on his right elbow that revealed a flexor muscle strain. He's been told to rest for three weeks, at which
Jarrod Parker has very high expectations of himself, to the degree that he called his 2013 season "mediocre" on Monday and not one that left him terribly satisfied. His ERA went up a half a run from the previous year to 3.97, he gave up 14 more home
Eric Sogard will have to settle for being the Face of the American League. Pitted in the final of the MLB Network's #FaceofMLB competition, Sogard's supporters came up a bit short against Mets third baseman David Wright, who garnered 51 percent of
Derek Norris hit a tying, two-run, homer in the eighth inning and the Oakland Athletics scored on a wild pitch in the ninth to beat the split-squad San Francisco Giants 7-6 on Friday. Brandon Crawford and Hector Sanchez each drove in two runs and top
The A's head into spring training next weekend with a deep, strong starting rotation but without a proven No...Jarrod Parker is the likeliest candidate to emerge as the starter come March 31, when the A's kick off the 2014 season with a game against