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A's Hot Stove 2015-16

Roundup: Every A's offseason move in one place

A roundup of all the trades, free agent signings, releases, and other moves made by the A's this offseason.

Revisiting the A's 2015 trade deadline moves

The A's acquired five young players last July, and two of them have already been sent away in subsequent deals.

Chris Coghlan roundup: Everything you need to know

We've had a few days for this latest last-minute trade to sink in, so here is everything you need to know about the A's newest player.

Khris Davis roundup: Everything you need to know

We've had a week to discuss the A's newest player, so here is everything you need to know in one handy roundup. If you only click one link about Davis, make it this one.

Fister vs. Hill: Who's the better bounce-back pitcher?

The Astros and A's both bought low on pitchers who have a lot to prove. Which one is the better gamble?

Will opt-out clauses hurt or help the A's?

They're the new trend in player-friendly contracts. Can Oakland take advantage of it?

Matt McBride, the outfielder you haven't heard of yet

Minor league free agent signing Matt McBride might not ever reach Oakland, but he's worth a look in January.

January Trade Unlikely To Come Out Of Left Field

A's close the book on arbitration

Today is the deadline for players and clubs to exchange salary arbitration demands.

Danny Valencia and A's avoid arbitration

The Athletics have two players remaining who have yet to reach an arbitration settlement.

Yonder Alonso and A's avoid arbitration

The Athletics have three players remaining who have yet to reach an arbitration settlement.

Oakland A's Trade Targets: Rockies Outfielders?

With the signing of Gerardo Parra, the Rockies may look to move one of their outfielders. Should the A's get in on the action?

A's deals the norm in the new year

Billy Beane hints that January could be a "very productive month" for the Oakland Athletics. History shows he's right.

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Oakland A's, Cliff Lee, and a 6-Man Rotation

Oakland A's Trade Target: Marcell Ozuna?

The 2015 A's bullpen scatters to the four winds

With a new bullpen in 2016, these were the fates of the old one from 2015.

Free Agent Target: Denard Span

Looking at a guy who we could maybe-actually-possibly-if-things-break-right afford.

Alex Gordon is more than just an older Josh Reddick

While it's tempting to draw conclusions about what Josh Reddick could be earning next year from Alex Gordon, the fact is that Reddick has too many question marks that Gordon doesn't have for Reddick to earn a contract at Gordon's level.

A's trade RP Arnold Leon to Blue Jays

Leon had previously been designated for assignment to make room for Henderson Alvarez.

A's repeating (successful) history by buying low on rotation

Settling for the pitching bargain bin feels disappointing in January, but it was a big part of building Oakland's rotations during the playoff years of 2012-14.

All the A's offseason moves in one place

Oakland has been busy this winter. Here it all is in one big offseason roundup!

A's opted out of Scott Kazmir's market

The timeline for the A's dropping out of the hunt for Kazmir seems to fall into place, with seemingly contradictory rumors simply a matter of changed circumstances in Kazmir's market.

A's Poised To Swoop And Sign Nonexistent Cespedes

A's prospect watch: Wendelken, Erwin, Cochran-Gill

The Athletics have picked up three new minor league arms in their recent trades, so let's meet them before we begin on our 2016 Community Prospect List.

A's announce Alvarez signing, DFA Arnold Leon

The Oakland Athletics have officially announced an agreement with right-handed starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez.

A's exit strategy: Sell the infield

If things go south for the Oakland Athletics again, the A's have the right contracts to sell to keep their heads above water.

A's out on Kazmir, reports Ken Rosenthal

The Athletics are rumored to be out of the running for a reunion with free agent starting pitcher Scott Kazmir.

AL West Roundup

Looking at the big league moves made by our division rivals.

Kazmir still in play after Alvarez signing

The Athletics may have all the starting pitchers, too. But will they have to dump players in the next few years to afford Scott Kazmir? Plus, Jarrod Parker avoid arbitration.

Oakland A's Rotation, Jesse Hahn, Writing, Wall

A's sign Henderson Alvarez to 1-year deal, controlled through 2017

SB Nation's Chris Cotillo reports that the Oakland Athletics are "in agreement" with right-handed starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez.

Kazmir still in play for A's, looking for 4 years

The Athletics remain in the running to sign Scott Kazmir, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.