- Gallegos: Piscotty (ribs) questionable for Opening Day
- Trotta: Dontrelle Willis Announces He’s Joining NBC Sports as A’s Broadcaster
- Novak: Oakland A’s Become More Inclusive For Fans With Autism
- Gallegos: Inbox: How will A’s use their extra roster spot?
- Law: Keith Law’s prospect rankings: Oakland A’s ($$$)
- Wagner: Peralta opts for security in $15.5M deal with Brewers
- Cooper and Glaser: New Pickoff Rule Coming To Minors After Indy Ball Success In 2019
- Castrovince: Feel-good stories from Spring Training’s first weeks
Baseball Interest Stories:
- Wilkinson: 30 Years Later, I Can’t Forget My Role In The Pete Rose Saga
- Britton: Brock Holt learning about Arrested Development
- Edwards: MLB’s Winning and Losing Efforts to Conquer TV, Part III: Danger Lurks
- 1940 - The First National Bank of Chicago tries to force a sale of the Chicago White Sox by the heirs of the late J. Louis Comiskey. A judge denies the effort of the club’s principal lender, saying that Mrs. Grace Comiskey can keep the club for their 14-year-old son, Charles II, until he is 35.
- 1976 - Terrence Long, outfielder is born on a leap day.
- 2000: Manager Sparky Anderson, 19th century star Bid McPhee, and Negro League slugger Norman (Turkey) Stearnes are elected to the Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee.
Best of YouTube:
Manfred bashing set to Pink Floyd? Not a bad way to start the weekend...
This moment was missing from the highlight reel posted yesterday:
An okay general overview interview, some Forst personal history stories, notable that Forst says MLB stance on a team in Vegas has “softened”...